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the societys or- Â¬ NUMBER -- 19 TOWN wt t peep into Bedlam Town 3wesB ith aae aij the Uay swings dowa his cradle whose rockers rim v pecpie cii the horizon ira AM the Ischler of aU the fates s te ceatec la fosr little pate J ast as ItOBr feefore we say Jt te tlsae fer bed now stop your play Oh tbe racket and Boise androar As they praace like a caravan over tbe floor Wklmever s thosghtof the Lead that aches AJd sever a heed to the mercy sakes AjKlSpity save BfiM and Oh dear dear a culprits plainly hear a Parrot a guhica hen n ifflwrs elephants Indian mea A satvatloa army a grirzly bear Are all at once in the nursery there And when the clock In the hall strikes seven 3t sounds to sfclike a voice from Heaven And each of tbe elves in a warm nlght MH8aVay out of liedlam Town cown Plug ugly tikes in tho sitution at a two beautiful horse blanieta glance and whistles for the brutet who time is uprand you must come to Tho tho returns to his side office the man and lets him o further trouble about that team The red wagon proscetls up tovn by Way of the thoroughfares where traffic is the heaviest stopp ng ears stages and vehicles of every kind Whenever lame or disabled Horses are attached to them and compelling them to substi- Â¬ tute sound animals in their stead By ten oclock a m the office is again reached and the 401d Gray has made a circuit of the city and assisted in his humble but very useful way in the pre- Â¬ vention of a groat amount of cruelty In their rounds the officers have ac Â¬ complished as much good and done as much work as is often otherwise per fonlled in a week To the brutal fel- Â¬ low whacking his horse wh whip or club or driving liis sck and suffer ng steed until it is a mass of bleedinjr sores and to all the enemcs tf dumb creatures in general there is no sight more unwelcome orraorc fedredf than the -- Old Gray ofthj Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals xV S Hfr J- DEMOSTHENES A Thoroughlv Appreciatiye Tribute -- MrBergh talks pretty plainly t to There is no Lately Deceased Orator tvtfi cf S 1 I- - H d By this fme Harlem is reached and the next stop is made in front of a group of workmen who are excavating a cellar A Wretched looking horse s pulling a load of earth and stones un n steep incline It is easily seen that it Jjlraeder frUcoXj in Chicago Saturday is too isheavy a load for him The work not allowed to go on until an extra horse has been added to the cart Turning into a side street another un- Â¬ fortunate beast is discovered on a CRUELTY TO ANIMALS treadmill hoisting earth He seems ready to drop from exhaust on An II Herald Efedjr Morning- Tour of New end is put to his labors At Harlem 4 Bridge a number of expressmen are on f York City THOMAS H BENTON countered They have got out their working stock of lame and diseased A iteminiscence isufjjjestrd by tho Yltai 01dGray nA Mr Bcrghs on horses and are hurrying them across Endurance of General Gmnt DurjrMwry IllastratJoBR of Mans In the rver at th s early hour to avoid In the years 1853 58 Colonel Benton kHalty to Helpless Brutes coming in contact with Mr Berghs officers Surprised at their tricks they resded in house Nb 334 C street northwest now Known as Franklins There is an old gray horse in the reluctantly return at the Superintend- Â¬ House ents command to their stables and recently occupied by the sUible of the Soeety for the Prevention Across the bridge a caravan of farm- Â¬ Hon Mr Grcenleaf member of the of Cruelty to Animals that from years ers carrying vegetables to market is of service has become so accustomed met Three out of every four have last Congress In this Jiouse he ex-Â¬ 10 1858 at the age of seveto the work required of him as to per- broken winded horses Thejt are all pired April nty-six years For the last two years form it without much urging He has turned back 1 he devoted himself to litenuy my team has in his younger days gone by the names endButWestchester come from tother of his fe which of urges one of the pursuits commenced before he of Prince JTp and Charlie more obstinate of their number had entirety closed his actve pol tical but now he is referred to smply as the lou cannot go to market with f career In tins period he commoted his Old Gray It is said of him that them is the reply fText time set great work Thirty Years View lyhen he turns out tvith the ambulance out with a good team and you will fare wrote a remarkable paper on the Dred Scott Dcsiou and com- Â¬ to bring to the office a disabled orsick oetter The red wagon rattled over to the menced the herculean task of condens Â¬ iorse ie seems to appreciate the fact west Congress the siue 01 rown ana that ma of his suftering kind 13 to re- Â¬ making its way throughonce more is ingfinally Tcbates of down to thewhich completed com the thickly be ceive kindly care and aid for he travels populated streets Truckman after promise measures of 1850 sSoag in his very best time and will of truckman is caujrht either beating his During his last winter death daily liis own volition bring the vehicle to a horse or driving a disabled animal stared him in the face and was only standstill close to the unfortunate The whip is snatched from him or the kept at bay by the almost invincible steed This is his routine work but poor brute is taken away At Frank- Â¬ will of Benton Suftering intently at lin street times froina the stock comes in disease ie does special service as well three longer stopwhere usual is made Caivesa he neverthelesscompl cationhisoffaculties than retained or four mornings of each week The vast majority of the population and sheep are by order of the officers unimpaired to the last and on the very In Washington morn n of the day of his death sal of the metropolis is asleep when at fed and watered Market the calves that are on their propped up in his bed and read and iialf past 3 a m the stable gateof the societys building is thrown open and way to the slaughter houses are if corrected with his own hand the ConOld Gray1 harnessed to theredfour crowded taken out and the load less- Â¬ closing proof sheets of the The faculty had wheelcd business wagon with the offi Â¬ ened The licensed venders in tlrs and densed Debates cial seal on the side darts into the Gansevoort markets are overhauled not then discovered the recent arts street Superintendent Charles Han and every one of their horses is exam for prolonging life at the expense of a ij siupor auu u cioutieu mma klnson holds the reins and accom- Â¬ jucju ij uuu uui u il is in goon conui- tion If any sores are discovered the Benton bore with surpris nr euuanim- panying him are three of his officers They are on their early morning tour venders are made to shut the saddles lty the intlctions ot nature w thoul of the great city to fervet out and top so that they will not come in contact the interference of the new system of dealing with patients on the verge of the cruelties of man to animals ol everv with the sores Further down town the truckmen the grave and being left to himself kind Old Gray knows the route md striking one of the great East Side with heavy merchandise come under was enabled by his great vitality to avenues turns nis neaa notnwara ana inspection If the r teams cant pull complete his literary designs General Grant speeds along in the direction of the their loads part of the goods are re-Â¬ vital ty a pbwer has displayed an equal of endurance consid- Â¬ moved to the sidewalk Attention is Harlem Bridge As the wagon nears next directed to the Broadwav stages ering what he suffers both from na-Â¬ tne car stables it is stopped A car comes rumbling on with a half awaice No matter if the vehicle is crowded or ture and art almost withouta parallel driver tmd a limping team of old otherwise if any of the horses are But yet it will probably become a lame the driver is compelled to stop cause of unfail ng regret to the world plugs that to JStop cries the Superintendent to the disabled animals are removed from greathe will not be ableThecomplete his literary work History of the traces and the passengers are tkedriver embracing transferred to the next stage that comes the War ot the Rebellion for fc tho sleepy reply in connection there- Â¬ -Those horses are lame Youll along The red wagon when it ar- h s autobiography could the result be rives at the Post office building re- Â¬ with Yet how have to turn them out and take them mains there long enough for the officers otherwise Since no amount of hu- Â¬ back to the car stables WelL boss says the driver who to alight and look at all the horsi s in man vitality will power or tenacityof from beng often lame and sick him Â¬ the service If any animal is unfit for life could cope with the accumulated self and yet compelled to work has work it is sent to the nearest stable troubles of body and mind wh ch have been bear upon him Sad- Â¬ a systematic feeling for the poor horses and before the mail can be carried to ly he brought to the last slumber wh le sinks into its destination fresh horses have to be 4lvc been lookin out for you and to a helpless nation waits weeping at his tell the truth Im glad Ive met you procurcdi bedside and the world mourns jitgrcat By I didnt want to go out with them quite athis time theof Superintendent has soul departing Cor NatToiial licpub collection whips and has met Til take them back As he does so Old Gray starts oft wth many piteous appeals from New lican again up the avenue Two blocks Jersey and Long Island farmers who ubove a truckman is overtaken driving hatfc been half freigetened to death by FUTURES their encounter with him not knowing a crippled horse loim have to take that horse whether their offense was punishable Kuilclinc On Them Like Kuyin Them On or whether they are liable to be hanged home cries the Superintendent ChuiiRc Is in tho Loii Itun a Losing JJusiness Ko I wont is the surly answer for it Let me have the horses cries one vOh yes you will in a decided Building on futures like buying fu Â¬ and Ill go straight home with them tures on Change is in the long run a vray Who are vou Ill never come to town with them losing business especially to men who angrily again I didnt know they were Mr Bergns officer do not stand in with the potentates 4WelL all right Ill do as you say 11 uiv He imagines that so long as his team What wc niimn by building on futures but I didnt know at first as ic was any of your business to interfere with is in the possession of the society ithas is the establishing industries on the a clear case against him whenever it contingencies of wars and rumors of mine The ill natured fellow is hardly out chooses to press it The officers work wars or of any unusual stimuli to deof sight when another of the same is not 3et ended At the fish markets sort is encountered He is whacking if they find turtles tied br the fins they mand and supply An industrv that is his famished looking horse over the compel the dealers to unte them worth establishing and maintaining in head with savage earnestness Scarce They see that fowls are properly this or any other country is worth ly before he knows of their presence housed and if overcrowded on wagons planting on soil where it will grow ana the Societys officers have wrested the extra coops are secured and the fowls lloursh in peace as well as iu war To whip from hs uplifted hand and be-Â¬ watered and fed It is not an un bu Id then upon anything but those fore they part from him they give him frequent occurrence for rude men to stable laws which will always exist emphatic warning not to repeat his act urge their dogs to bite the pets let the wide world wag as it will is of cruelty The saloons are bjT this which accompany ladies through the ruinous in the end At this very da time opening and the bartenders are street These officers put a stop to this our people are dreaming of enbraious out xh the sidewalks sweeping broken pastime also gains from a war in the East a war glas into the streets One of the most strikingly cruel which many have argued themelves Old Gray is reined In In front of the foremost of practices that they interfere with and into believing is already practically in Â¬ the oftenders The man has just com- Â¬ prevent is carried on by the Italian augurated As it stands war is by no pleted h s sweeping The means a certainty even though it bo resdents of tenement houses Do you know that there is a lot of Italians catch rats and mice in open probable and if it is not probable broken glass in that rubbish asks the traps pour kerosene oil over them set and does not occur Jthe release Superintendent fire to th oil and then open the traps from our over stimulative expecta- Â¬ tf guess so indifferently I do a he same thing in Italy is tions will only embitter tho Youll have to pck the glass out of the explanation often given by tne hard times upon us There the street and throw it elsewhere is unquestionably offenders between Eng Â¬ x Hbw do you know I willPdoubling If the weather is savere and any land and Itussia an antagonism of com- Â¬ his fists canary birds or cogs are found on the mercial interests of race and of re- Â¬ Because if you dont youll be ar-Â¬ streets for sale the dealers are ordered ligion and these difference are to be rested to take the poor birds or brutes home settled sooner or later but whetner The bartender would much rather One of the hardest things for the offi-Â¬ they are to be settled by war or diplo- Â¬ fight than undertake the task but ho cers to succeed in getting done is the macy even these powers cannot tell looks first at the official seal and then blanketing of horses and the greatest us Be this as it may our obligation to at the four officers and finally with opposition to the enforcement of this our own interests is to pursue that even many mutterings does as he is bidden order is met with in fashionable tenor which looks to a farther future a AH the other offenders are treated in thoroughfares The liveried flunkeys more solid prosper ty than the collision the same determined manner Some who stand in front of the large dry of rival nations can avail us Let us of them understand the meaning of the goods stores on Broadway with their buld on no chimeras no future con law the majority do not know what to clipped teams take it very much to tmgenc es but upon tbe solid advance- Â¬ make of it at alL The Superintendent heart to be ordered to blanket them ment of every dav wants and realities has driven away from the last of these Many of them come over from En- - That business which depends on unnat-indignant dispensers vf liquor when his o ljind and thev declare the order to he urai stimulating causes lor us success popular though it mav be among a attention is attracted to a plug uo ly a blarsted outrage never eard of who is strolling along the street th such things hat ome One of these certain class count victims by the a dog wth almost as little claims to fellows elegantly- dressed with boots hundred for every single case of suc- Â¬ good looks as himself An unfortunate and spurs fur collar cockade and all cess Healthy business results in the Sick em cat crosses their path greatest happiness to the greatest num- Â¬ is told to blanket his team The dog dashes es the ping ugly ber and it can not exist except it be cr What theell his hityour business built on a healthy basis Live Slock tabbv His master is in the height he repLes to the officer after of his enjoyment over the imminent Never mind Ill give you three Journal rsK mat tne cat rnns ot oe nc over minutes to do it token and ill treated when some one At tho end of the three nrnutes There isnoplaeelike yourhome grabs him by the coat collar Ho turns flunkey just begins to move savs the poet Kiirht unless its the ground in aslonishraeut and s face to There hain t hany blankets hany home of the vounsr man vou re after vxvnTT 11 t rvor fill faelj with the officers cv u- TTy anis is 01 conrse an excepton Ycs there are exclaims the officer aire poets will please to note it Ca Jall rack ttiat dog1 sttys the Su ulling from around the flunkeys feet cam 1riiunc oerintendem tt1 to der rn V- - A - ofe Twenty centuries ago last Christmas there was born in Attica near Athens the father of oratory the greatest ora- Â¬ tor of whom history has told us Hia flame was L emostheries Had he lived Until this spring he would have been twenty two hundred and seventy years old but he dd not live Demosthenes has crossed the mysterious river He has gone to that bourne whence no traveler returns Most of 3ou no doubt have heard about it On those who ma not havo heard it tho announcement will fall with a sickening thud This sketch is not intended to cast a gloom over your hearts It was de- Â¬ signed to cheer those who read it and make them glad they could read Therefore I would have been glad if I could have spared them the pain Which this sudden breaking of the news of the death of Demosthenes will bring But it could not be avoided We should remember the transitory nature of life and when we are tempted to boast of our health and strength and wealth let us remember the sudden and early death of Demosthenes Demosthenes was not born an ora tor He struggled hard and failed many times He was homely and he stammered in his speech but before his death the came to him for hun dreds of miles to get him to open theii county fairs and jerk thb b rd of freedom bald headed on the Fourth ol Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When Demosthenes father died he left fifteen talents to be divided between Demosthenes and his sister A talon t is equal to about one thousand dollars 1 often wish that I had been born a little more talented Demosthenes had a short breath a hesitating speech and his manners were very ungraceful To remedy his stammering he filled his mouth full of pebbles and howled his sentiments at Pluthe angry sea However tarch says that Demosthenes made a gloomy fizzle of his first speech This did not discourage him He finally became the smoothest orator in that country ami it was no uncommon thing for him to fill the First Baptist Church of Athens full There are now sixty of his orations extant part of them written by Demosthenes and part of them written by his private secreÂ¬ July Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ i t - wji t Â¬ When he started in he was gentle mild and quiet in his manner but later on carrying his audience with h m he at last became enthusiastic He thundered he roared he whooped he howled he jarred the windows he sawed the air he split the horizon with his clarion notes he tipped over the table kicked the lamps out of tho chandeliers and smashed the big basa viol over the chief fiddlers head Oh Demosthenes was business when he got started It will be a long time before we see another off hand speaker like Demosthenes and I fjr one have never been the same man since 1 learned of his death Such was the first of orators say Lord Brougham At the head of all the mighty masters of speech tho adoration of ages has consecrated his place and the loss of the noble instrument with which he forged and launched his thunders is sure to main tain it unapproachable forever 1 have always been a great admirer of tho oratory of Demothcnes and those who have heard both of us think there is a certain degree of sim larity in our style And not only d d I admire Demosthenes as an orator but as a man and though I am no Vanderbilt I feel as though I would be willing to head a subscription list for the purpose of do- Â¬ ing the square thing by his sorrowing wife if slie is left in want as I under stand that she is I must now leave Demosthenes and pass on rapidly to speak of Patrick Henry Mr Henry was the man who wanted liberty or death He preferred liberty though If he couldnt have liberty he wanted to die but he was in no great rush about it He would like liberty if there was plenty of it but if the British had no liberty to- - spare he yearned for death When the tyrant asked him what style of death he want- Â¬ ed he said that he would rather die of extreme old age He was willing to wait he said He didnt want to go unprepared and he thought it would take him eighty or ninety jearsTnore to prepare so that when he was ushered into another world he wouldnt be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tary Â¬ are forged Their clanking may be heard on the plains of Boston The war is inevitable and let it come I repeat it sir let it come In the spring of 1860 I used almost the same language So did Horace Greeley There were four or five of us who gotour heads togetheranddecided that the war was inevitable and con- Â¬ sented tolet it come Then it came Whenever there is a large inevitable conll ct floating around waiting for permission to come it de- Â¬ volves on the great statesmen and bald headed literati of the Nation to avoid all delay It was so with Patrick Henry He permitted the land to be deluged in gore and then he retired It is the duty of the great orator to howl for war and then hold some other mans coat while he lights Bill Syc in Boston Qlobe -- ashamedof himself One hundred and ten years aro Patrick Henry said 4S r our chains I i - -- w I - J Nccessty being the mother of in- Â¬ vent on a family of theatr cal barnstormers who had been playing in a Georgia town hit upon a new devee for escaping their board bill One morning the whole town was stirred to its very center by the news that one of the members of the company was miss Â¬ ing Parties includ ng the father and s ster of the stolen girl started in hot pursuit and the impecunious actors fnro nt trt rotm n Tlmn rtrc- JI- ered that in their haste they had for gotten also to pay their bills They turned the grief of the townspeople into astonishment which was chauged to wrath when it wsis learned that the fani ly was happily reunited in a neigh- boring State 1 Y tribune -- Â¬ t- - - became ai saaart ever walked a deckk asd j6tji fi What is it that determines a guTs command of a fine ship v popularity in society asks a cotem LASHED TO THE MAST lOT1TV TfVT fltntt fcjr fat- porary In nine tmes out of ten it ia Jff here he sitgj the size of her father bauk account The Cruel Captain and the Poor Little ers shoulder Cabin Hoy Papa cried the amazed chUres Xorristown Herald were yoit the poor Tttle boy Tell us a story papa chorused Master What does Condillac say But what became of the poor CBr We must have a half a dozen voices about bmVes in the scale of beingtain who was so cruel asked HIkS Scholar He says a brute is an im- Â¬ story Helen wistfully- perfect animal And what is man Oh youve heard all my yarns Why heree sits1 safti her father Man is a perfect brcte already answered Captain Martin-Â¬ grasping the story tellers hand jtlf We notn that at the dnner given gale laughing If you want a story hcs tho best friend I have in the world to that actor in New York recently Harpers Young People -WilPe Winter read a poem to Henry this gentleman will tell jou one This gentleman was a tall broad Irving- - We also note that Henry Irv FINDING THE BEARS HOUSE ing sailed for England early tho next chested man with a thick black beard Washinqlon Critic morning which was fast turning gray who had Little Mattle Set Oat Or a Vojjeel v Discovery Was Found It is strange muttered a young come in just before dinner and had Mattie MilletHow She the doorefepfhV sat on man as he staggered home from a sup- Â¬ been warmly welcomed by the Captain per party how evil communications the bright April sunshine with Topsy corrupt good manners I have been A very grim fellow he looked as he sat Tinkle on her lap surrounded by tumblers all the even- Â¬ in the great oaken chair with the fire-Â¬ Mattie was a dear little light playing fitfully on his dark ing and now I am a tumbler mvselt girl and Topsy was a beautiful bearded weather beaten face N Mail kitten with glossy fur as Am I to tell you a story asked The elephant can go A vory good the visitor in a deep hoarse voice black as jet and they- were the best 6fc ivory is now made from bones and e scraps of sheepskin The next im- quite as piratical as his appearance friends Well then listen There was once a provement will be the playing of the Mamma had just bcea tellingthejStQcy game of billiards by machinery When poor boy who had no father or mother of the three bears in the wpods3anit this is done young men can stay at no friends and no home except the wet Mattie was thinking how nice it voHlt home and improve their minds JSf 0 dirt forecastle of a trading schooner He had to go about barefoot in the cold be for her and Topsy to go and fuyl thjj Picuynnc A lamented citizen of Montana and rain with nothing on but an old bears houst The fields were nearly bare anlyCa whose passion for horses led him out to ragged flannel shirt and a pair of sail- Â¬ cloth the end of a convenient bough and on trousers and instead of landing few dirty white spots on the brgwa beautiful islands and digging up whose ultimate views of life were taken buried treasures and having a good earth but in the woods bayoml the through a slip noose declared it to be the snow was still quite deep his conviction which was unanimous time all round like the folks in the brook story books he got kicked and cuffed I blieve we could do it Topsy tfou that this world is all a hemp tie show from morning till night and sometimes aud I I blieve we could find it Cbiti jV Y Independent had a sound thrashing with a ropes you she said i A boy once lived in a house sc end into the bargain All the sailors Mew mew answered Ttojwyras hemmed in by factories that sunshine ugly to her mistress put her down rarely reached his play rooui One day were very cross and capttin him but the That was Topsy s way of on the aiiow worst of all was the himself He siiyn yw a little narrow beam of light shone had been badly treated himself when a so Mattie would havo tVdyeuSwttteu through a window pane and quivered so as some men will he So and danced on the bare wall The child hoy and in ill treating somebody took little they started down the path to the t a delight else bridge across the was filled with delight Putting Irs in thelsame way Many a time did he Mattie started and Topsy followed as little hand on the sunbeam he cried send the poor little fellow aloft when in duty bound Run quick mamma Bring a ham- the ship was rolling in the kitchen anit Mamma was mer and a nail Ill hold- it while you blowing hard and moreand the wind did not miss busynor see tlic than once he them littlelig nail it so we can keep it always beat him so cruelty that the poor lad ure in the bright searljjlrs croiSjtthe Golden Days almost fainted with the pain fields and enter the woods Jf he only Why can not women make good Wicked wretch cried Bob indig Â¬ had what a deal of troubTi niignTltave lawyers asks an exchange We never nantly I hope he got drowned or been saved gave the subject much thought but we eateu up by savages O Topsy Tinkle as surctf youre suppose it is because they cant sit on Or taken for a slave himself and well alive here is a path Itsthe beaj the small of their backs pile their foot thrashed every day suggested Dick path I know iiattie cried as they on a table spit half way across the Oh no Bob said little Helen who came to a rough road room into a box full of sawdust and was sitting on a low stool at her fath Â¬ Mew mew said Topy as she charge fifteen dollars a minute for it ers feet I hope he was sorry for being lifted first one black foot then anotilert There may be some minor reasons in so cruel and got very good and looked up in Mat4ies face asifishei additon but these appear to us to be The strange guest stooped and lifted wanted to go home but her mitregs the principal obstacles in the way of the little girl into his lap and kissed her wouldnt understand and so- - on their m Brooklyn Helen nestled close to him aud looked went her success at the bar Eagle wonderingly up in his face for as he The snow grew deeper in the wtfods A discussion of the question of em-Â¬ bent his head toward her something and little puddles of water cam im the ployment for women at the South lias touched her forehead in the darkness road as the sun shone brighter ihrpjigh brought oiit objections either practical that felt very much like a tear the leafless trees Now and tficajn or fanciful to prel tv much everything Well resumed the speaker after squirrel ran chattering up a tree ami1 that has been suggested Whereupon a short pause the schooner heatling looked doubtfully at Topsy when he the Charleston Jbeivs propounds to the eastward across the Indian Ocean came thought he was at it safe distanees OE latest critic this tough question In at last among the Maldive Isles where soipe winter bird twittered from thef what occupation can a woman engage it is always very dangerous sailing The branches above them without knowledge or training or ex-Â¬ coral islands which Tie in great rings or Matties little red shoes were wef From a somewhat exten- rolls all around like so many strings through and she was tired oh so tired perience sive observation of society we should of beads are so low and flat that even It did seem as though they wbultLneverfr say that matrimony would about fill in the daytime its not easy to avoid get to the bears house Xi tne bill Boston Herald I guess It aint a great wavs further running aground upon them but at she said bravelv night you might as well try to walk Topsy through a room full of stools without trudged along antr Topsv - folloy SAW THE JUDGE tumbling over one of them mewing faintly-- at everv thu Of course the Captain had to be Then sure enough as tliey Tho Pointer That Didnt Materialise always on deck looking out and that a bend in the road there st When tho Causo Was Tried didnt make his Nat Mitchell who lives out on the er as yon may temper any the sweet- Â¬ losr shantvTopsy Tinkle- - It isWSrSo think It Is4 Coon Creek road went into the Su- Â¬ evening when the cabn boy that very house y and sne stopped at had disÂ¬ preme Court room and seeing a pleased him in some way what does he to listen almost afraid now pleasant looking gentleman sitting do but tell the men to sling him up into hif frmnfl it AJoti moti- cw Tnmv ifiillS with his feet on the table the visitor tho rigging and tie him hand and foot as she leaped upon the step to warm to the mast askqd But the cowards were soon paid for her feet in the sun Are you the Supreme Jedgo o tho their cruelty They were so busy tor Â¬ I guess wed better go in Topsyj State menting the poor lad that none of them whispered Mattie Im awful hungry Yes sir had noticed how the sky was darkening and may be theyve left their porridge Mattie pushed the dooropehr Would you be kind enough to give to windward and all at once a squall to cool me a little advice I dont mean givo it came down upon them as suddenly as and stepped in Topsy followed withfa o me exactlv for I am willin to pay the cut of a whip In a moment the pitiful mew It wasnt half a3 wariu for it sea all around was like a boiling pot as it was out in the sunshine This is a futiuy place to live fhr State your case and crash went the ship over on her Youve got a suit here Mayflower side and both the masts went by the aint it Topsy And there aint vs Hall The people out in my neigh Â¬ boai d fell down into the sea that is crunib to eat sard Mattie with a- lit borhood are mighty interested in that carrying the boy with them tie sob as she looked around suit an ef I knowed exactly how it What a funnj bed to sleep on imt was just as well for poor Harry It was goin- to be decided I mout win a that ho had been tied to the mast other- Â¬ hal as nice as oms and she sat down right sharp pile o money on it You wise the sea would have swept him away on the old quilt that covered a pue 61 jest tell me how shes goin an Ill slip like a straw Even as it was he was spruce boughsback an take all the bets I ken git 0h it isnt half as splendid as wo almost stifled by the bursting of the Of course 1 know how the sut will waves over his head He was still thought it would be is it Topsy be decided but it would hardly bo peering into the darkness to try if he But Topsy had found a meat boBC rl right for me to tell you in advance could see anything of the ship when and was too busy to answer Yes but Ill make it all right Ill there came a tremendous crash and a iungry too she went otifct Im give you half o what I win but I dont wanti terrible cry and then dead silence with quivering lips I never accept a contingent fee The vessel had been dashed upon a to eat a nasty bone I wish wby-u-Tell you what Ill do coral reef and stove in and the sea This looks just like the sugar papu Out with it I cUunF breaking over had swept away every brings home it is Why-e-Give me a hundred dollars and Ill man on board think bears made suganli and ah you the necessary pointer give But storms in those parts pass away pulled a handful of little weet lrpvnt Sav seventy live as qmckly as they come and it was cakes from a box iu the corner Ai No not long before the sea began to go awful hungryt and Ijspp this wF Ninety down the clouds rolled away and the have to do but I wish it was por moon broke forth in all its glory Then ridge I see you dont care to trade Well heres a hundred Harry finding that the rope which tied After she had eaten the first small Now sir you go home and bet on his arms had been a good deal strained cake of sugar she- - began to fesl vegy Hall by the shock that carried away the sleepy and missed her soft nice biL The suit was decided in favor of mast managed to free one hand and Isposc wed ought to go ncrogg Several days later while unbind the other arm and his feet Just Topsy Tinkle but I guess well havHfi5 Mayflower the Judge was sitting in his room Nat then a face rose from the water within rest nap firs V and soon she wafaaC Mitchell knocked at the door u jjj a few yards ot him and Harry recog- Â¬ asleep under the old quilt They told me that the Supremo nized his enemy the cruel Captain When she woke up it was quite Judge was in here said he There he was the man who had but a light was shining in her eyes af Well I am the man abused starved and beaten him- djing most blinding her and in the doorway You aint the man Pro after or just about to die almost within stood not tne three bears but papa r ra Tuther day a feller that claimed to bf reach of safety Though barely twice and Tom and Charlie- OMr Big Bear screamed Mat-his own length divided him from the the Jedgc said he would tell me how certain case would go if I would floating man so strong was the eddy tie for she could not see who they ir give him a hundred I give hin against which the Captain was battling at first Whos this in my bed ssMupdba the hundred went home mort Â¬ in vain that he had no more chance of my farm for three thousand reaching it than if be had been a mile in a great gruff voice and iuenJtei gaged dollars an1 bet the whole amount the away A few moments more and he laughed oh such a h3ppy laugh arttL way that blamed feller said Now look would have sunk never to rise again Mattie laughed and Topsy me ved arut7 at me Aint got money enough to get but the sight of that white ghastlyfacc Charley ran back to- - the house to tell a bite to eat If steamboats was selbn and those wild despairing eyes was mamma that Mattie was found and for ten cents a hundred I couldnt buy too much for Harry He flung- out the Tom carried tfie lantern wBile papa a pilot house I want that man Id rope that he held the Captain clutched carried Mattie and Topsy both iirihft like to wallow around here awhile with it in another minute was safe on the arms jj They had found their tracks irtha him He aint the Jedge then I reck- Â¬ mast rescued by the boy he had been on moist snow at the edge of the woodsy so cruel to No O oh said Bob drawing along and followed them straight to thesugjtf Ah hah I reckon that he was some oreath camp sa i feller that stepped in Im so glad piped Helens tiny Wasnt it lucky Mattie thongktgp I suppose that he was voice I was so afraid hp would let and she doiaItwanttoJfintL the hom -- Come in may be when everybody of the bears any more -Youths the poor Captain drown else had gone to dinner About sunrise continued the guest Very likely some natives who were out fishing in Well believe Ill poke on round a small boat caught sight of them and The bldsayiBg that trotk Sstwwger awhile If I see him Ill show him what came to the rescue The Maldive island Â¬ than fiction was prove ut ap fi m g a pity it is that men aint honest I ers are much better fellows than the accident at TJnderuil lr Xmrnkim- kaint bear to see a dishonest man Malays farther east and they took noot eigneen year tjmwymg Jedge and above all I do think that good care of them for a month or so CUCU U JWM HUA mu Jj IWVour public men should be above sus till at last an outward bound English his tongue niHtcUixtwLpicion brig that had been blown out of her sled and mite a larre siie wat toj As M tcholl went into a nfnnrnnf fo course touched at the island where they nearly takes off that it hstA NsHPts see it ithe proprietor would trust him were and took them off ered The only expiaatitio ffttMr for a meal pleasant looking man who And what happened to them after give as to how Ms tongue cdJtl jjijCaFj hadplaed the J edge slipped oil that asked rail the children at once far away was that he wa fa igWr tne baps door Arkansaw lrdcelery Tray limes Tbe little cabin boy answered the bv-aa-- POINT BEADING EOS THE YOUNG story teller man as T 3- - - Â¬ s five-year-ol- d- -- r one-year-- old - Â¬ -f- brookj-T-thatas- Â¬ - -- Â¬ av-suet- X -- i aS0 - - - - - - -- ej e - il -- - iir t K Caw-panio- n- - -- CI - VV X - - I jfc 4 rrgp- - AWTWfcJM Mttii MtiiMZ M -- S3i53eaffirwi -J s5 3 8argreggTiiv C J r - Q 3TO3 STATES SI -- ROWING ROWAN- - t 4 1 5 L - fc r r h - F DEALERS IN-aon- Samuel T Hauser Helena ilont has p bwtaer 4rft a Ciacinnati Money sat been appointed governor of Montana IB hk wy Ta wcieur nsK The Department of State bas notified thirty Consuls that they will be retained Btorea jrf tk Hazel Greca Postoffice as in the diplomatic service aecsad class wail matter- Ueuben Ellwood member of congress from the Fifth Illinois district died on SPEKCER COOPER Editoh the 1st inst at Sycamore Frank Freeseof Lawrence county has Race Seventh George Streets GBEEST been nominated for the legislature by HAZEL CftEEN KY Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF WEDNESDAY JULY 8 1SS5 the democrats of his district O of Tennessee has GEiNERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY J G G Williams District Attorney Having the expe- Â¬ j been appointed TJ S rience of many years in our line of business avp fppl instifipd in nssertinsr to the AXLE iX3MAIjL t tliouand peo Â¬ for the Jbastern district ot that btate trade both Wholesale and Retail that we do can and will meet the wants of ple every wek and Its circulation Is In There are about forty Presidential our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize us Besides an immense craaaing iriUt eack iw ao It i therefore postoffices in Kentucky for which there stock of THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM 400 aspirants Their salaries are DEALERS IN In Eastern Kentaeky aaet the Trates are foot about up about4G0000 aWat kalf ihone newspapes other ckared alr do not Bev C J Spillmnn of Georgetown vkMh m leal fasdly PROFESSIONAL ia any iemrTT TJTPD A T T Ey has been called to the pastorate of M KASH the Vine street Baptist Church at MadiÂ¬ son Ind Salary 1000 01111 ATTORNEY AT LAW Bill Coleman the-- negro who stabbed Hart at Owingsville reÂ¬ Bepresettive from Montgomery old manwas tried and sentencedKy the Hazel Green Ky cently on ifoaifee Powell and Wolfe counties Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining coun- Â¬ 1st inst to pay a fine of 100 W ties Collections will receive prompt atten- Â¬ PftUftY S CODSEY During a water spout at Clear Creek tion we have now on hand for the spring trade a full line of PLOWS and GRASS canyon Colorado on inst Independent Republican Ticket mills were destroyed the 1stwagonsthree SEEDS and and HAZELRIGG TpATTERSON teams standing in the streets of Central For Eepresentathei G H DEAN KITE POLUfffi were carried away THOMAS Mr FELIX t There is a group of fast horses just ATTORNEYS AT LAW now at Glenn ville O Maud S 209 Importers and People o oilier sections of this State G Ac-Â¬ 210 Maxev Cobb 213 IN- wboVkh to Invest in cheap lands which Phallus 213 and Clinton 214 besides MT STEELING KY so- Â¬ will produce as much or more grass per fifty other fast ones 1st a switch At Lexington Ky AMUEL McKEE acre than the fine high priced lands of engine on the L N July ran over and road March 4th 1885 the hlsegrasB section should come here killed Samuel Shears in the yard of the ATTORNEY AT LAW aad place their money in Wolfe Morgan company He had been drinking and it No 441 W Jeflerfcon Street G B SWANGO W T SWANGO Breathitt ileaifee or PowelL They are is supposed fell on the track LOUISVILLE KY St Louis Globe Democrat It can nev- Â¬ all winning cards when grass is the stake er be known exactly how many votes the -- Practices in all the State Courts and N W cor Pear and Watoi special attention given to business of all and no mistake Why some of the rich New York mugwumps gave Cleveland kinds in the United States Courts Young Men Read This aabobs who seek breeding farms in the last fall but the fact that he has given O blaegr36 section do not try this section them two of the five or six most impor I The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar- Â¬ A PORTER LACEY DEALERS in shall Mich offer to send their celebrated tant and lucrative offices in the State for that purpose is something we cannot demonstrates that he is resolved not to Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric CO ATTORNEY AT LAW ttsderstand The land there will aver-Â¬ leave them any room to charge him with appliances on trial for thirty days to men young or old afflicted with nervous NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF age 100 per acre while here it can le ingratitude DEPOSITIONS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Todd of Frankfort has debility and all kindred troubles Also Capt Harry had at an average of 10 The taxes of Beattyville to superintend the for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and Ck those counties are about double the gone to HAZEL GREEN KY KEErS CONSTANTLY ok hand a full ASSORTEENT ov work of cleaning out the channel of the many other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ asioftnt of taxes here Here we have an Kentucky Paver between that point and tion to health and vigor guaranteed No LYKINS Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing A2TD abundance of the finest running spring High Bridge Congress made an appro- Â¬ risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ aUILLIN J M Quillin J C Lykins Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware irater for stock There the in many priation of 15000 for that purpose last lowed Write then at once for illus-Â¬ Attorneys at Law and Ileal Estate Agents winter Capt J C Post of Cincinnati trated pamphlet free Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ instances must build ponds and get a Hardware Table and Camiton Ky engineer in charge of the Kentucky supply of bapore water or do without River improvement is on a tour of in- Â¬ Judge Lambert Tree of Chicago has Titles examined taxes paid for ies Stoves and Farming implements Collections a specialty Real Estate been appointed Minister to Spain This country is as accessible for buyers as spection to Lock No 5 In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES bought and sold on commission Will prac Â¬ W COR PEARL AND YDTE STKE2TS that or nearly so Here the living is as Louisville Post Hon Attila Cox will Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due us all kinds of Wolfe and adjoining counties tice in CHAPTER 27 of-Â¬ good as there and much cheaper There take charge of the Internal Revenue Country Produee and Live Stock of every description assume its duties AN ACT for taking the sense of the good fice to R B GARDNER CINCINNATI O people of this Commonwealth as to the they have to pay from 25 to 50 per Mr Coxmorrow and his appointment en- Â¬ has since necessity and expediency of calling a moaiih for farm hands and other help larged his personal acquaintance among Convention to amend the Constitution PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON aboKt the stock farm Here just as good our business men ana has on all occa- Â¬ and to ascertain the number of persons HAZEL GREEN KY entitled to vote for Representatives lelg can be obtained for 10 to 15 and sions made a splendid impression If WITH Whereas experience has pointed out Offers his services to the people of Wolfe the appointmeut were left to a vote of show the advantages we might go on thi district to morrow the choice of the the necessity of amending the constitu-Â¬ and adjoining counties is sassy other things of this country secretary 4f the treasury and of the pres- Â¬ tion and the necessity and expediency of over that but the above will suffice to ident would be overwhelmingly ratified calling a Convention for that purpose TJR J M KASH coavincs any thinking man that this is A better appointment could not have therefore DIPOKTERS AND JOBBERS OT Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON tie place for stock Taising Our own been made the Commonwealth of Kenntucky are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictly Wrought 31 people do not raise balf as much stock as That at the next General Election Tenders his professional services to the citi Iron Fence and that the Lest in the world can bity no other We also make a style Southern Bivouac for July adapted to enclosing country Jmrying grounds Our Fences are not only the most sub Â¬ Dry they should nor do they grass one third The second number of this Southern held for representative to the General izens of Wolfe and adjoining counties stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly Â¬ of Offiicc at residence on Broadway shall be as much land as Ehould be in sod to day magazine under its new management has Assembly itand otherthe duty of the sevenhanced in beauty ana value Uur Machine JJcpartment is supplied witn tne most moa- - Third Race axd Officers eral Sherills Election HAZEL GREEN KY em machinery and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest per They are set in their ways and know been issued and it shows a determination to open a poll for taking the sense of the on the part of its editors to make it Uin02T STKSST8r formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make Bothing of the immense profits of stock worthy of a liberal support North and people as to calling a Convention to amend TAULBEE M D special of the Constitution and make a return to the CINCINNATI O raising They must learn to raise if South Secretary of State for the time being of HAZEL GREEN KY The story of pioneer life in Florida is necessary fewer and better animals and No other shop outside of Louisville can say the Fame both realistic and romantic and describes the names of all those entitled to vote for Physician Surgeon whenever they turn their attention in Accoucheur jSSf Saw mill men will do well to call on us or write for information Representatives who have voted for call- Â¬ many personal characteristics and local MT Catalogues furnished on application to that direction they will find their lot an customs that are novel and interesting ing such convention Tenders his professional services to the peo- Â¬ g2 That for any failure to perform ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties easy one compared to the dig dig dig of Mr Hiraey who for fifteen years has Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights been in Florida is by education and ex- Â¬ the duties prescribed in the first section the present system Let some of our en Â¬ Â¬ of this act every Sheriff or other returnterprising men try this grass and stock perience well fitted for work of this kind Â¬ ing officer shall be liable to a fine of six HOTELS Maurice Thompson in his own pecuOF business and they will discover the nigh liar and facinating way discourses of hundred dollars to be recovered by indict- Â¬ ment of the Grand Jury in any court hav Â¬ way to wealth as certain as the needle Uur Brookside Birds 3 turns to the magnet There is no rubbing A Confederate soldier tells of the last ing jurisdiction and shall also upon con HAZEL GREEN KY davs of the Confederacy and of an en viction ne sunject to removal irom omce DEALER IN this fact out Nature herself beckons 3 That it shall be the duty of the counter with General Custer O S GODSEY Proprietor you on to pursue this course and be Officers of said Election to propound to Â¬ Morton M Cassedy has a pleasant artiOi W Do you vote Patronage is respectfully solicited from happy cle under the caption What American every voter the question And everybody more especially the traveling Between Race and Vine This arti- Â¬ for calling a Convention or not Art Exhibitions are Doing public First class accommodations and cle is accompanied by eight illustrations if such voter shall answer in the affirma- Â¬ satisfaction guaranteed Pemember that on Monday the 3rd tive his name shall be recorded as voting CTNCLNNATr OHIO day of August you will be called upon which arc intended simply to give one an for said Convention idea of recent notable pictures MT STERLING KY NO 10 MAIN STREET to Tote for a new constitution and be Mr George Davie has another admira-Â¬ FI6 A 2TKXI3r 4 That all Assessors are hereby re- Â¬ quired to enroll in a column which each certain to so vote By voting for the ble translation from Horace Fons Ban in HAZEL GREEN KY shall open in his Assessors book for that new constitution your lands will enhance cusise CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP purpose the names of all citizens having Red as tells of his in value and your taxes grow beautifully soldier Rowelfor a long experiencesome-a ihe right to vote for representatives for JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor Â¬ FOUNDRY 2 00 who time was One Day Clock strike less Elsewhere we publish the act up Â¬ 188 Tine Sirtti Cincinnati Ohio thing of a free lance He had many the year 1S85 But said Assessors shall -- 3 75 2JThc table is supplied with the best in Eight Day Clock ALLISON 5c SMITH on which the election is held and com hair breadth escapes and exciting adven- Â¬ not enioll in such column the name of any the market and first class accommodation Eight Day Clock 3 75 and Album The typo on vrhieh this pajxir It printed is fxem person unless they shall at the time Siow will be furnished for man and beast siend it to your careful reading A new tures which are told in a graphic way 9 00 the above foundry Editor Hkkald SOLID SILVER WATCHES Charles J Oallcy whose recent poet- Â¬ that he is entitled to vote for Representa Â¬ constitution for Kentucky means better 1 00 Silver Plated Spoons tive Qf said election and such knowledge ry lias schools better morals better government gives a won him wide commendations shall be founded only upon 1 the per- Â¬ jfParticular attention paid to Repairing Call and see my goods striking and original contribution WEST LIBERTY KY sonal acquaintance of the Assessor or2 a reform in the administration of affairs entitledThe Coming ot Life Beautiful W WITH A second delightful out door paper is sufficient information obtained by him di- Â¬ etc but above all it will insure lower JAMES H COLE Proprietor rectly from the person whose name is en- Â¬ taxes The defeat of a new constitution D Felix L Oswold It is the first of a rolled or 3 a satisfactory statement un- Â¬ Patronage of the traveling public respect- Â¬ IN will certainly cause an increase of taxes series on Our last Hunting Grounds der oath from other credible persons who fully solicited Table always supplied with and describes the habits of man and beasts know the facts oiecessan to the qualifica thebest in the market Stable attached and a continuance of bad morals bad ofÂ¬ in the Alleghany highland ficers etc Can you afford to vote against Mr Davie has a short and instructive tion of such voter Any Assessor enroll- Â¬ WHOLESALE any name the various it To you wish to pay more taxes and article on Address to Histranslations of ing in said column information without shall be NEAR POSTOFFICE Hadrians Soul and he such knowledge or see so little benefit If jovl have your ventures to present his own version re- Â¬ deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and find LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Dry own interest at beart you must go to the markable alike for beauty and fidelity in a sum not less than twenty nor more of Agency Total RATES REASONABLE 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire 1885 Royal of Liverpool pdlls and vote for a new constitution George Braden in an article The Ku than fifty dollars for each and every name FIRST CLASS I 729 731 aad 733 thus improperly enrolled which fine may of Liverpool 9260000 00 John A Carter j 1836 Liverpool and London Klux Klan an Apology aims to de-Â¬ Go and see that jour neighbor goes also James G Carter SONS H E BOSWELL be recovered in any Court having jurisdic-Â¬ and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 4541240 00 MATN STREET This remember 5s not a political vote scribe the condition of allairs in the South tion and shall be for the benefit of the Proprietors Mercan- Â¬ 1849 Springfield ot Springfield 2585633 00 DAForline 1S09 North British which gave rise to the Invisible Em Jo C Bethel 33301000 00 1S63 Firemens Fund of Cali Â¬ tile of England is for the people the whole people common schools Said Assessors shall be LOUISVILLEJ KY pire fornia 1473026 00 J G Carter Jr J 1794 Ins Co of North America and all should help make Major Sanders cotinues his account of governed in all cases by the laws then in Monday 971696 33 1869 Northwestern National 00 of Philadelphia 1154889 CAMPTON KY 1874035 00 1710 Sun Fire Officcjof London 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York August 3d is the day and time and we Hoods campaign this paper being de-Â¬ force to prevent illegal voting Said col- Â¬ 53S3916 46 1S65 Boatmans Pittsburg 1782 Phenix of London 411499 00 voted to the march from Franklin to umn written in a fair and legible manner hope we may hear that every voter in Alex J Ajjbury Proprietor with Nashville It is accompanied by admira- Â¬ shall be returned with said Assessors book Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known Wolfe county has voted for a new con Â¬ ble portraits of Governor Isham G Har- Â¬ to the Auditor who shall make out a copy The table is supplied with the choicest Sievers Carson Hardware stitution Let us try and be the banner ris General John G Brown General S of said columns and deposit the same in viands in the market and the charges are corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental cempanies being dear at any price Company the office of the Secretary of State to be reasonable Special inducements to com- Â¬ The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they county by casting every vote in the coun Â¬ H French General Thomas J Wood 9 would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the 637 W Main Street Captain Thomas W Bullitt details his reported by him to the next General As mercial tourists ty for it sembly paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN recolections of General Morgans impris- Â¬ LOmSVrLLEKY 5 It shall be the duty of each As- Â¬ onment and the various plans made for At Traders and Deposit Bank Office ugg of the Scorcher takes is his escape sessor in office for the year 1885 before he H GILLIS shall have entered upon the duties of his sue with us because we did not think the WTOI E Polk Johnson tells of his meeting office to go before B F MCCORMICK the Judge of the J 31 Cor governor did the proper thing in grantÂ¬ with famous generals under very pecu- Â¬ ty Court and make the following Coun- Â¬ oath I McCORD AYDELOTT ing WiLTTAitfs a respite at the time he liar circumstances and makes from these do solemnly swear that I will faithfully HAZEL GREEN KY MODEL PLANING MILL FROZEN CREEK meetings a very pleasant paper SjHorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies did The milk in that cocoanut is easily The leading editorial discusses the vice ascertain the number of persons qualified wagons Breathitt County - Kentucky and all kinds of Farm Tools made to vote for Representative in the district ccounted for Floyd is a regular nig- - of gambling and Salmagundi is made and repaired in the best manner have HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED fiddler andHAZEL up of songs and stories The magazine for which I andbeen chosen Assessor for LOUISVILLE KY the finest line in both quality and variety of will carefully report the the year 1885 XIG6 bates above all thing to see one of is for sale by the newsdealers at twenty same in the book returned by me as Asses- Â¬ Manufacturers of and Dealers in cents per copy or can be ordered of B D B GREEN them come to grief Mayhap while in F Avery Sons it SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS HAZEL GREEN XY Louisville Kentucky sor of tax by the first day of May 1885 WITH 6 Said Assessors are hereby required Rough arid Drtssed Lumber Doors ML Sterling recently the editor of the publishers at 200 per anum WHITE 6REE5 HUFFAXEJC ever brought to the mountains and will sell Tire Hazel Green Herald and the to examine on uath as to his right to vote Scorcher called on Floyd and had him Wholesale Dealers ia any person of whose 3Makes and repairs all kinds of Farming them cheaper than the same class of goods SASH BLINDS Â¬ for Representative play something lively Sourwood Moun Â¬ Southern Bivouac one year 250 or sub- Â¬ right so to vote such Assessor has any Tools Buggies and Wagons can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky scriptions for the Bivouac will be reAnd all kinds of Building Materia tain for instance Hence his love for ceived and forwarded from this office doubt whatever and any one thus exam Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten Â¬ Money Saved is Money Made 615 WestMaia Street KL White ined who shall knowingly swear falsely a3 tion the fiddler and bis proportionate dislike thus saving to the subscriber rejnstrv Therefore be wise and place your money J B Green MT STERLING KY to bis said right shall be liable to all the the most good WE of our remarks Come over Jomr Tost feesjc LOUISVILLE XT J A Hufikker J N VAUGHN where it will do you MORE GOODS FOR pains and penalties of the crime of perju- Â¬ s s COMBS WILL SELL YOU and we will have a dozen of em enter ry and every Assessor shall write oppo- Â¬ COMBS OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean Teachers at Lexington tsJba you who can play equally as well as Lexington Press July 4 all we sav and if vou are at all doubtful call site to the name of each person thus DEALER TN DEALERS IN at our new store and satisfy yourself that we The convention is proving a success sworn the word sworn Floyd LN THE OLD SELIABE have wnat you want ail you neea ana win beyond the anticipations of its warmest 7 It shall be the duty of the Secre- Â¬ earth moon and stars for it not ask the PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPACT The sum of 15000 has been appropri Â¬ friends and advocates There were 250 tary cf State to have this act advertised AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Our store is a bran new one located at yesterday and arrivals in one weekly newspaper in each county members present mouth of Frozen creek immediately on the ated by the Government for the purpose MOUNT STEELING KY are constantly occurring The reports of of the Commonwealth for four weeks Cor Main and Marion Streets OF HARTFORD CONN the banks of the Kentucky riverrand the cleaning out the channel in the Ken Â¬ committees on special subjects and dis- Â¬ nearly or next preceding the election and of is bran spankin new also con Â¬ stock in it CAMPTON KY sisting in part of tucky riyer between Beattyville and cussions thereon were of extraordinary in one of the daily papers of the City of COACHEES AND BOADSTEBS A SPE- Â¬ H D SPRADLIN CIALTY SON Louisville for thirty days immediately interest High Bridge This will be good news Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats The report of the committee on the re-Â¬ prior tnereto ana in every county said for our log men gpss Any one wishing to visit Cincinnati are now prepared to manufacture NOT CHEAP INSURANCE lation of the clergy to public instruction secretary shall cause to be posted at the or Louiviile can leave their horses with o Boots Shoes Hardware read by Rev Green Clay Smith chair Court house door a copy of said Bill print-Â¬ rest assured next stock sale day remember is man or tne committee was one or reÂ¬ ed in hand bill form for at least four con-Â¬ First Glass Flour and Meal No store in this section would be complete me andattention be that they will receive Time Tried and Fire every watered fed groomed THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST without having everything for the accom- Â¬ UX1U UUUUtU Soliciting vour custom I re- oa Wednesday next July 15th and you markable interest secutive weeks before such election Â¬ Â¬ One Eighth Toll and will do WOOL modation of the people hence we carry ji 8 At main Yours truly The Public Printer is hereby reVice presidents from each congression JOHN KEEP - - S2OOOooo shoMld bring in good stock for that occa Cash Capital CARDING at their old stand at al district were elected These form a quired to print five hundred copies of the sioG It is with the people now to make Staple and Fancy Croceries H C HEENDON Agext Spradling Ky committee for the nomination of the Fourth Fifth and Sixth Sections of this Co in sucb abundance and variety including suecess and we hope they will do it president and secretary who will be elect- Â¬ act and deliver them to the Secretary of it a Hasei Gre Ky flour meal bacon salt coffee sugar c Wholesale Dealers in ed to day State whose duty it shall be to transmit that we can sell them very cheap or will ex- Â¬ HAZEL CREEN HERALD CL C E BowMAy has been appoint Â¬ Upon the adjournment yesterday there them to the various County Clerks and at 6K cents per pound The old wool-cardchange with you for country produce Dry Goods Notions and Fancy Goods G W COX will run the wool machine AX IXDEPE3TDE5T XOCAI NXW3fAF ed Jrfcultttral statistician for Kentucky was a general expression of satisfaction it shall be the duty of such Clerks to place Those Owing Us Must Pay Us 715 and 717 West Main Street among the members concerning the way them promptly in the hands of each Asses- Â¬ d 4i better man could not have been in which SFCome one come allj and get your and well have np monkeying about the Between 7th and Sth the work of the convention was sor of tax for the year J885 in their re- Â¬ flour meal and wool carding LOUISVILLE KY Devoted to the development matter Bespectfullv c foysd for the position of Eastern Kentuckv heme wrws Jfee w3L progressing spective counties It shall also be the DAY BROS SOX June 1 1885 H D SPKADLING Represented ty J SIOCK oe mauea to anv address fer iJ CA ifi ic Irr reeMtered leUer- - Tost oSce it AifiKt i Ymk JHftystrsuurait xaosev 1v safest rav to Stare and Government Happening Boiled Down for The Herald Democratic Ticket Fr Jay-Evc-S- ee A Xumber of Arrests Made for the Mur Â¬ der of JJayborn Special to Courier Journal Morehead Ky July 3 A J Mc Kenzie a former sherift of this county was to day appointed sheriff and he has qualified and entered upon the discharge of his duties The following parties were arrested to day charged with the murder of Ben Rayborm Jeff Bowling John Trumbo Boone Day Robert Messer James Oxley Nick Day Craig Tolliver and H 31 Keeton The case against Jef Y Bowling John Trumbo Boone Day and Robert Messer constable was called for examining trial before Judge Stuart at 11 oclock a jn Attorney General Hir din and Z T Young represented the Commonwealth and A W Young the de-Â¬ fense The case was continued until next Monday to procure the attendance of witnesses and to grant the defendants time to secure additional counsel All parties that have been atrested are un- Â¬ der guard at the encampment ground except Tolliver who on account of his wounds is confined to his house A spe- Â¬ cial guard has been placed at his house The guard upon being stationed there took possession of the firearms found on Other arrests will be the premises made Attorney General Hardin wrho has been here for several days investigating matters returned this afternoon to Frank Â¬ fort He will be here Monday to repre- Â¬ sent the Commonwealth in these cases Adjt Gen Castleman will return here to morrow The boys will not spend the Fourth at a picnic The guards are well pleased with their superior officers and obey promptly all orders from them The Irvine Rifles furnish the singers the Winchester Rifles the athletes and the Cerro Gordo Guards the mashers of the encampment Capt Smith is very pop- Â¬ ular with the ladies duty of the Public Printer to print five thousand copies of this act upon a sepa- Â¬ rate sheetand deliver them to the Secre- Â¬ tary of State who shall forward the same to the County Clerks of the various coun Â¬ ties in such numbers as to provide at least two copies of said act for each voting pre- Â¬ cinct and said clerks shall deliver the same to the Sherifls or other officers act- Â¬ ing in place thereof and it shall be the duty of such Sheriff or other Officer to post one copy of said act at each voting place for four weeks prior to said election and another copy at some other suitable public place in said precinct and any Of- Â¬ ficer failing to discharge the duties pre- Â¬ scribed in tliis act shall be fined for each failure twenty dollars to be recovered in any court having jurisdiction 9 This act shall take effect from its passage Approved January 19 1884 JT F DAY KY THE JOHN SHILUTfl Wholesle GMNK Sl i ad etaL Dealers ci BKY GOODS General Merchandise CARPETING Cincinnati HAZEL j LYTLE COr J Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Drugs Queensware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery c c j OjiUGD 96 Pearl St S Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds of Country Produce taken in Exchange for oods or in settlement of Notes and counts Your trade respectfully licited J T F DAY ciircnraATi o Jobbers Queensware Glassware c Cj SWANGO BRO Cincinnati GENERAL MERCHANDISE LEON MARKS i 3 mi Clothin Pocket non-residen- ts CLOTH HOUSE JP ROGESS TR THE MT STERLING ad Iri Fence Mry k Made Co Gumming and Hammering Saws Louis Stix Co Goods and Notion JB It T BEAN Supt Mt Sterling Ky btjt tour NOTIONS Pearl St DAY HOUSE PIEBATT HOUSE JOHN W JONES ales Jewelry ait Shrare I Largest Stock of Clocks Eastern Kentucky TYP E B E ROBERTS MORGAN HOUSE JOHN JONES ESTABLISHED 1345 ASHLAND HOUSE The Leading Insurance Agency OF MT STERLING KY Assets 143848780 80 Carter Bros Co Goods and Notions -- It it ASBURY HOUSE H J CLARK FRANK TYLER BLACKSMITH J T PIERATT DAY BROTHERS w Mccormick cox Wholesale Hatters BLACKSMITH VAUGHN Boots and Shoes JOHN KEEP Insure Your Property General Merchandise FINE HORSES -- vss m u V Which deals in Reliable Indemnity Tested 0r ALL WOOL CARDING er Davis Mailory T fHE flrii t ee 5j - - c rv - iT2- v- - i r - or wanted to interfere whv did he not do so earlier and save the peopfe so much trouble and unnecessary expense county b business H D Spradling is carrying mail A P Lyons of BousCau spent a few EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY between Hariba and Hazel Green the is the COUNTIES He davs in tows last week right man in the right place A view of his jffon Jos 3L Kash attended court at correspondent in every Reported Ty Special Correspondents from flouring mUl cardmg machine store and Monday lasL other needed improvements at his little 4ai the oofiBtieB of Wolfe Mor-- Camptos All Points in the Mountains J 3Iay of 3fagoffin county was burg show him to be a man wide awake Bntathitt Menifee Magoffin 1 Pow- - in John en Saturday last w taws 3 rt T tt T on every enterprise that has for its object HB WOLFE COUNTY K juoki fisuu jreny ana x1 loya in Geo jMcClain paid JSIaytown a fly the good of the country He and Thos P Jaet at everr point in ike mountains iBg TitH Sunday evening lasL on Collmsworth will start a couple of hacks in July 1 Stillwater Wiiie for terse to agents c a few days between Hazel Green and Both Xiles Lyttle of Gillmore paid our J Jacob Wireman has returned from the well town a business visit last Sunday These springs are located ihree aaartera As enterprises are the order of the day Cannoy of Spencer Station West but says he only went to Campbell James county Kentucky TIME TABLE of a mile from the beautiful tewa ec Haeal who will be the first to set on foot the erec- Â¬ was a guest of the Day House last Friday Stamper Jr Jas Green Tha water eoataias a kmr per W W Helm and W McKee Duncan terday H his return home passed here yes- Â¬ tion of a good school building at this place AtMic Railway on centage of iron thanaav other water iaww from Iiouisville are guests of the Pieratt House where he had been on business Lacy creek Our present school house is a disgrace to the of hence it is the most vataabbia the- eare ef town If we hope to be able to compete ilarrl twe22 miaates slewer than Mt ttttii B A Childers has been appointed post Â¬ John M Bose our enterprising mer- Â¬ with other towns of the mountains disease used internally or cxsaraaily Sterlisc tiase In an ed- Â¬ vice E B May resign- Â¬ a- - m arriving master at Maytown Among the many diseases which esh is chant has been very ill for some time but ucational point of view we must erect a Jfe 1 learee ML Sterling at 7 heir to and for which this woatkrfkl water commodious school building employ a com- Â¬ aJteihwellatfe4aw arrives at ed W T Hogg and Ed Zllarcum of JackÂ¬ is now thought to be improving is known to be a positive aad penBaaeat C H Gosney who jnoved to Campbell petent teacher and run a school Xe 2 leaves XeweH at 9 a hu high son stopped at the Pieratt House last Fri county about one year ago has moved hack grade Parties of means have beenofasked cure are the following ML gfcsriiag at IfcSO a ra teares 3ft Sterling at 140 p m arÂ¬ dsv nigfiL CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SEN again to his old homestead nearThos Tutts to locate in our town and they have refused IK 1 Ve are informed that Killis Pucket rives at JtothweB at 320 p ra DISEASES SCKOFULA CA Â¬ A C Byrd La3 bought Dr James H upon the ground of our meager school facil- Â¬ Jfe 4 leanree SethweU at 345 p m arrives of Bed Eiver valley was in town Monday Stampers farm on this creek for 800 The ities Let some man who has the good of TARRH RHEUMATISM on business the town and surrounding country at heart at Mt Sterliae at 5 30 p m NEURALGIA NEB O Mize doctor has bought a house and twenty acres take this thing in hand and we are confi- Â¬ K 2 eessecte at ML Storing with 11 05 a J Judge Swango and Hon W land in Campton from G T Ceners for C VOUSNES3 railway attended court on Monday the former being of dent success will attend his efforts and the ja a 1 57 B m trains 350 We append a few of the hundreds ef tes Â¬ people will rise up in the coming day and firLeringtea Clneinati aad Louisville the presiding judge Miss Elizabeth Pelfrey who has recent timonials which have been tendered aa t Misses Kate and Maggie Amyxleft for Iv returned from an extended trip to the call his name blessed Xe J eeaaeote at ML Sterling with 1105 a Ddstee the efficacy of this water ia disease em C at O frem the Eat and 136 ML Sterling on Mondav They stopped Sun Â¬ West has been employed to teach school at m train Grassy Creek July 6 One lady writes 1 am so thaafal ta the tealn frem Louisville aad k Metgery ceuaty eoHrt Cincinnati day nisht at the Day House and Clarance Pine Hill in the northwestern extremity of Dr Killgore of this place is improve- Â¬ Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried day special aBt J Green Trimble Jr this county Swango Springs Freelv do I give all th r very slowly leaves Seihwell oa the 3rd Monday in each Turner of ML Sterluig who have been do Mr G B Stamper requests your cor-Â¬ time and money spent there for the beaka W B McClure has been confined to arriving at ML Sterling inj Hazel Green left for home Sunday atestk- a73 a respondent to say that the statement made his room for some days with fever and strength I now enjoy Returning 4eaves ML Sterling at Mrs Emma Swango of Lazy Plans 17 is in your issue A gentleman of Illinois says I thiak the 3 uTma at Jtethweli at 430 pm Haven paid a flying visit to Hazel Green by Avis true He says of June wantsnot Beason Oldfleld and wife of Blackwa to water of Swango Springs did me jaere gaed altogether that hih 5p ter are visiting relatives in this neighbor- Â¬ Iaztm Jtethvell far ML Sterlineat SapLm Sunday returning home Monday morning marry as bad as any of the boys than aU the nostrums I have ever triea I GEO B HARPER per stage will certainly be withyou again next spriae Bev J W Kendrick who has been in hood M Murphy Dock who has D had Bev W L Stamper of Maytown Floyd county visiting friends and relatives Bkfeeesces B T Smith J G Triable was in our sanctum yesterday He was sicK for some time past has returned to his old fever for some three weeks is we are proud P L BeeseMt Sterling Ky FMHInkle KY HAZEL CREEN to say improving Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plam Lick came Biver JULY 8 1885 and did not attend the church dedication at home on Bedas livelyHis brother as we with The Methodist church house at this WEDNESDA- YKy West Liberty on last Sunday and jolly him He is ever A large hotel is now being built which Dr Thomas was calledto perform an saw him We are glad to have him among flace is being painted by Waldeck Gibbs nearly completed and will be quite an will afford ample accommodation to visitors jK7Traflient advertisements inserted operation upon a lady on the Middle Fork us again and we hope he may long live in For further information in regard te beard at 75 efe par ch first insertion and 25 of Licking m Magoffin returned on Sunday the full and proper exercise of all his phys- Â¬ ornament to our village 3 HARBISON SWANGO e address People in this section are most done ical powers and intellectual endowments eeato as iaea each subsequent insertion and reports the patient doing well Hazel Greea Ky Or this office On yesterday we heard a young man cutting wheat and plowing corn Wheat is Maggie Clifford who has been vis- Â¬ Miss iting friends in Hazel Green for a week past say that he never was in possession of more almost an entire failure while the prospect AN ELEGANT STEM WINDING STLVEB LOCAL left on Sunday evening for Maytown where than twenty five cents of his own money in for corn is very flattering NICKEL We wish to correct the statement made his life Yet notwithstanding this fact this o she begun teaching on Monday morning our letter of last week in regard to the man Misses and Florence Lazy Mans Haven is the name of Hurst of Mary Belle Kash Lucinda Kash young being has won a considerable reputa in one ot nign literary attainments examination of teachers at this place It tion as Mr Sterling and Baa awaagos Jara of Frencliburg and Villie Kash of ML and scholarly ability This clearly demon- Â¬ will be on Saturday July 11 instead of the does not make 4th as stated last week fact that Hazel Green Rev D G Combs of Ezel preached Sterling spent Sunday in to Stillwater and strates theThis wouldmoney young men to do tor Your correspondent had the pleasure the man on Monday left for a visit At the Christian Charch Monday mghL on last Sunday of being at quite an interest- Â¬ 3Irs Sarah Cooper our better seven remember Â¬ creek Little on Bav your hacon mutton and beef of eighths left for a trip to Lexington on Mon- Â¬Â¬ water is Laurel quarters aoftributaryinof Still- ing meetingwerethis creek near Dicks Glo length ry mere a mile three three sermons preached day to visit relatives and will combine busCaakey 4c PieratL Spot cash to one and all iness as she is authorized to receive adver- Â¬ and has in its valley 110 acres of corn in cul- Â¬ Bev E P Mickel of the Presbyterian Bev will average nearly four feet of and Bev D se- Â¬ Rev Brace Trimble preached at the tisements for The Herald We hope the tivation which owners challenge the county W L Givedon the the Baptist Church each in height The H Fallen Christian in this place last Sunday business men of Mt Sterling and Lexington for corn Thirty five acres of this belongs preaching aof Ckrietka Chareh funeral sermon The audience will encourage her efforts with a liberal te a large congregation to Frank Stamper Frank says that he is was very large but the most perfect order amount of advertising with On The Wixg The following are the names of the raising plenty of everything house what he prevailed Willie Swango has contracted with G can thatis necessary a four room house on people who are here from Cincinnati at- Â¬ and buy short says that he for as nicekeeping ILMcCkdn to haild is in a young MENIFEE COUNTY tending Swango spring We would like for hie Broadway lot in this place for 215 the Hazel Green ladies to call on the ladies man as a girl might find in a whole days Frenchburg July 3 GreeaStamper of this county has our of the partv and do what they can to make travel We saw in your issue of June 17 a some very fine encumbers the their visit among us a pleasant one They thanks for Died July 3d Mrs M E Eskridge will be found elegant interesting entertain- Â¬ pioce from Campton giving a description of wife of J J Eskridge of Tar Bidge aest in fact we have seen this season ing and sociable and it is but etiquette that that place We have had the pleasure of It is intimated by some of our young recently and Breens Liniment removes knots and the ladies of our town should call upon them being at Camptou about twicewoefully wantÂ¬ ladies that if our handsome doctor dont all enlargements- on horses or other stock and extend an invitation for a return visit his description was wanting is one thing want to marry he had orter take in his There We must court the coming of people like ing in one particular If care e pay Sold by J T F Day of which Campton can boasL which adds sign Y e must do all the tollowing to our miusL Mr Geo B and especially to Revs H H Little and J T Pieratt we can to show them that we enjov their so largely to its attractiveness present corres-a Cincinnati took Harper at theparty from Greenwade dinner Â¬ certain class to which your feeld a meeting at the Gillispie school house ciety and their sojourn among us By these House xaursoay mgm wim u e additions means will we be enabled to convince peo- Â¬ pondent belongs and that is its pretty girls were en in thistoplace last Tuesday They ee iet route Swango spring ple not only of Cincinnati but elsewhere of which your former correspondent said to tie charch Mrs Kobinson of Kansas an aunt of that we have many things worthy of atten- Â¬ nothing We had the pleasure of attending a Shelby Kash of this place has been visiting Breens Liniment is pronounced by all tion and investigation Make them feel that N H TBIMBLE BOBT M TBIMBLE to be the greatest remedy this must not be the last visit among us meeting at Sandheld school house on last at Mr Kashs for several days She has wh nave used it for rheamatism sprains cuts bruises etc Mrs Sarah Harper Mrs J H Armtrong Saturday and Sunday and it was a good now gone to Hazel Green to visit relatives Chambers Station is one of the most Mrs E C Oliver Mrs J C Tumy Mrs J meeting The meeting was conducted by Sold C Getsdamer Mrs J M Harper Mrs Ho- Â¬ Bev W L Stamper being aided however important shipping points on the Kentucky Desiring to wind up my business I have Patsy Postoffice in Powell county was ver and child Mioses May and Susie Oliver by Bev Barney Blankenship a young and and South Atlantic railroad Some 20000 decided to present a splendid watch eat aa burned oh June 22th with all the mail mat Â¬ Misses Lulu Anshutz Jennie Norton and promising minister of whom the Methodist feet of lumber being shipped from there dai Â¬ above and as GOOD A TTMErKEEPEB aa ter Ab inceadfarv set it on fire Loss to Amy Lovie Elmer Tumy Laurie Lovie and Church will one lay be proud Bev Mr ly 41000 having been shipped cue day last many which sell for 5000 to each of y also Bert Harper and Newton Armstsong of Lockhart of Ezel and Bev Obediah Sexton week banding aboat 200 old friends and customers who will come Mrs Demaree with her daughter Lau- Â¬ the Kentucky and South Atlantic railroad an old veteranwho has been a faithful work- Â¬ AND DEALEBS IN forward and pay off their notes amounting er in the Vineyard of the Lord for more than ra has returned home accompanied by her S S Combs of Campton sends us a to 2500 or over provided the note was for fifty years and who will soon be called to sons William Lud and Thomas William beach ef wheat heads averaging 514 inches Elbert S Samples brought to our sanc- Â¬ merchandise bought of me while in busi-Â¬ lensrth He has about ten acres wbich is tum one day last week some beets onions reap the reward of his labors Every inde and Lud are distinguished teachers while ia ness And in order that all may be accom- Â¬ spensible prerequisite to a good and success- mid to be the best in the county and new potatoes which are hard to beat tul meeting was there good preachers good Thomas has just graduated at Millersburg modated I will discount the watch price College one pound of the 350 in proportion to those whose Betes g Remember that next Wednesday is our Threeounce onions weighed moved to and singers and large and appreciative audi- Â¬ We were at an old fashioned one Mrr Samples this ences all of whom performed their respec- Â¬ are less than 2500 This offer is good aatil regular stock salend make your arrange county from Busscll county Va about two at Uncle Niin Willss last week at which June 1st Call on or address tive duties to perfection We forgot to say XBeats ta attend Be certain to bring your years since He told us the other day that however that the most attractive thing your some twenty women were present We dont J W O MIZE bring the best you have afieck and after giving it out in his neighborhood that correspondent saw was some of the fairest exaggerate when we say they talked but we Hazel Green Ky enjoyed most the bountiful dinner set by he was coming to this section people told Mrs Wills consisting of spring chicken Brecns Iinimeut is certainly the best him the water was unfit to drink the land of the fair sex who chanced to be there A few days since the citizens of this garden sass pisn things c caaabination of remedies for corns neural Â¬ was poor etc Such was the opinion that gia pains ia the back and side etc ever obtained in his section of this place and vicinity were very much alarmed and ex- Â¬ It has been suggested that the produced Sold by J T F Day soldiers ofMenifee county assemble buch is the opinion likely to prevail of any cited by the news that Bachcl Brown a HAZEL GBEEN KY James Brown of Bed Biver had at Frenchburg some time during the fall for section where the people themselves do not daughter of with fit a of insanitv and had run the purpose of a re union and forming an been seized Stands at the head of Low Prices with ev Â¬ Ber J T Pieratt will preach at the make an effort to have it otherwise For time home In a erything you want in Gillkpic school house on Grassy creek on this reason it would be well to bring us sam- Â¬ away from the directionshort which the whole association We would like to hear from woodB in she had the old comrades in Menifee and adjoining Sunday in July at ples of everything you raise provided thev gone was full of anxious in Saturday before the 2nd searchers It was to GOODS MOTIONS 2 p aa also e a Sanday at 10 a m and 3 p m are worthy of notice that we may publish the opinion of most that she in her madness counties asbe its expediency Communica-Â¬ tions may addressed to W S Pierce J to the world what we can raise 1 ine ap- Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Clothlaj had fallen over some of the clfls which lay fine The trustees of the free school t thisÂ¬ ples speakraspberries fine peaches grapes in her course Fortunately though her fit M Olliver or 1 M Vauarsdell Frenchbunr GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS Toot well for the horticulture of any place feave had the lumber sawed and dress etc Â¬ of madness not being place as fine oats wheat corn etc speak posed she evaded herso great as was supÂ¬ Kothwell July 6 ed fer a new flooring in the public school FLOTJB BACON pursuers She had c building aad will soon lay iL They will al Â¬ well for its agriculture Of the horticultu- Â¬ previous to this time threatened to kill the John Owens of Newcomb Tenn is ral products we are quite fond and when whole family of Melbourne Linkous The money is what I want and I wiU give so repair the bouse in many other respects we of visiting his many friends in Menifee MOBE GOODS FOB A DOLLAR IN CASH receive anything of the kind generally Stillwater on account of some discordant T M- - Cannoy gave us a pleasant call Â¬ therefore add than any other house ia town W L Stamper was called to West sample it and cau not be sparing our testi- feelings which had arisen from the poison- Â¬ one day last week Tom was on his way to Bev mony You need Country produce taken in exchange for in your ous drippings from the tongue of the slan- Â¬ Maytown on business liberty to preach the dedication sermon of samples well get away with them and tell goods F McGUIRE his people abroad how nice they are People derer Failing to find her among the cliffs Miss Nannie Bashaw one of Mt Sterl- Â¬ the M E Church on last Sunday hence absence from this place Bev J P Lock once convinced that we can raise such they turned their search toward Mr Lin ings fairest daughters was visiting the kart of Maytown filled his appointments things will seek homes among us and the kouss On reaching there they found that Misses Bothwell last week 1 she had knocked all here and at The Fines Geo H Jones with H Herman of more people we cause to come here the the family being away twelve pane panes out of a the window New York was more prosperous will we be and contract- Â¬ threw an axe in the well and fearing that ed with our mill here last week lumber at fair Greem Ward and Oscar Hall have men for their she would be caught before she had time to prices cleared off a yard aad set up a mill prepara- Â¬ IN MAYTOWN KY A gentleman of this county who was a do morej her tory to burning 100000 brick They com member of the last grand jury a few days brother-in-law- s she went on her way towardlives While booming on a load of lumber Elijah Bose who The house is a boxed framet two storya aeneed molding yesterday and the day since told us of an instance in regard to in Â¬ on the Trace Fork of StillwaterJr They came last week B L Mcllvain was struck along- Â¬ high and contains six rooms with kitchen troHX which the brick k made is said to be dicting men for violation of the local option Â¬ up with her however at James Bose Jrs side of the head with a boom pole HowevThere is a half acre of ground attached very ane for the puposc law at Campton which speaks very bad for and took her back to her home She has re er he was only detained from work one day which is set ia laeo U Harper returned from Hazel the authorities of that place A man was covered from her madness but owing to the Mi Lou Gillmore will teach the Long selling liquor in open violation of the laws fatigue and exposure to which she subjected Green last Wednesday night left on special A Variety of Fruit Trets Btrrits c Branch school in Morgan She was highh of Campton and instead of taking the case herself she is not likely to recover It will hand car for Mt Sterling and made close composition at the in hand and punishing the man in accord- Â¬ be the mediate if not the immediate cause connection with the 640 a m train for complimented for her A never failing weU of excelleat water ia Cincinnati high school at this place and for her lady Â¬ ance with the law made and provided for of her death A Sox BUKNT DAISY the yard This property wiU be sold very will doubtless prove such offences the matter was referred to the Bev Jarvis Slusher left last Fridav for like deportmenL and reasonable Apply to Stillwater July 2 Campton to wed with Miss Bachel Wilder an excellent teacher The school has about grand jury to investigate That body did J P LOCKHABT - sixty scholars what they could but found that it was next Dr Jas H Stamper was called to see They arrived here Sunday evening The Maytown Ky Or this office to impossible to get evidence If the Camp- Â¬ the wife of Frank Gullett of Bed Biver to- Â¬ brother has our best wishes for a long and happy life and may the sweet flowers of C Sebastian of Morgan county was ton authorities had acted at the proper time day bloom around them to see as last week and reports the pros- Â¬ the traffic would have been stopped and the in J W Byrd is visiting relatives in this happiness everSpradling of Mt Sterling Henry T pects for aa abundant mast and corn crop offender taxed for violation of the law vicinity He has been employed to teach at MAYTOWN KY law must do came up last week He will go to the Swan yery flattering Mr Sebastian is a leading The present officers of the or they musttheir the Sandficld school house on Bed Biver step duty their sworn duty Morgan and iarmer and horse trader of Wm Cockerham passed here yesterday go spring next week to try the virtues of Takes the lead in Low Prices with every Â¬ MANUFACTDBEES OF- that he will have some fine horses down and out and give place to men who are with a agon load of people en route to that celebrated water for rheumatism of the thing you need in the way of not afraid to perform iL Oflendera of the Campton a the market here on the 15th insL where they expected to witness heart Henry has many warm friends who law must be punished to the utmost limit would be pleased to see him enjoying good DRY GOODS NOTIONS GROCERIES There must be the hanging of Floyd Williams each and every LONGFELLOW Adams a citizen of Magoffin for compromise withoffence crime or crimi- Â¬ John The respite of Williams by the gov-Â¬ health again either no county living near Salyersvillc committed nal and if we will but see that the law is ernor caused considerable dissappointment BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING Thursday last by hanging He upheld there will be nothing of the kind in this vicinity and it was doubtless a gen- Â¬ Baicide oa According to appointment there were Hardware Drugs Flour Brcm c e had been in bad health for sometime and Watch those eral disappointment to the mass of the peo- Â¬ three funeral sermons preached Sunday at 4eoadency on this account is supposed to enforced and whose dutv it is to see the law ple falter indict them Avis if they SSMoney is what I want and I will give uein aaiem unurcn on upper Grassy Mor Â¬ -- AND DEALEBS IN- have been the cause He was about thirty Campton July 5 gan county Bev Dr Givedon preached the and of family MOBE GOODS FOB A DOLLAR IN CASH five years of age married T Stamper living on Stamper Married At the residence of S S funeral of Mrs Wm Tollivcr and Bev E P Mickel that of Mr W B Toliver In the two miles from Hazel than any house in Maytown Ambrose NickelLthe enterprising store branch about office last Saturday fiveGreen Combs Jarvis Slusher of Menifee county toÂ¬ afternoon Bev II D Fallen preached the heads Miss Bachel Wilder Bev J T Pieratt officbrought to our Country produce taken ia exchange for funeral of Mrs Daniel Toliver The large keeper at Davsboroagh had two hams stolen of timothy which measure in the aggregate iating goods B A CHILDEBS Tuesday night week They was from him last oTK inches They measure respectively Measles are still visiting our citizens new churchfilled crowded all the standing room being been left oat that night by accident and 12K UK 11 Jugde G B Swango Hazel Green George Rice Maytown or and there were more than had References inches We 10K and 11 our jailer came very near hence the theft He is pretty certain heÂ¬ have exhibited them to some of our best J Creech his family with this diseaselosing a hundred people unable to enter the house any Business Man of Lexington Ky some of kaows where they went and we would ad farmers and all unite in the opinion that it they are now thought to be on the mend but The Lords Supper wa3 administered one member was added to the Presbyterian vise the party to hand them over or he may is the finest specimen of timothy ever seen Died On the 4th inst Newton son of C a it- xt v find hisaself in jail vc wuiil C Williams our blacksmith and carpenter Church by baptism and between 400 and eccuuu uir ixcutuc i ill uiu iiun W T CASKEY H F PIERATT MAYTOWN KY 500 people went to their homes comforted to know the bluegrass section can down Valuable Farm for Sale Bro has been it for sizeif We are glad to make this exhib- Â¬ The bereaved parents have our sympathy with the words spoken urged to Set their Swango The firm of HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY They have lost their three youngest children house in order and knowing that to the 1 dissolved bv mutual consent V T Swango it as it only proves what Prof Proctor of SlFTERHEAD I offer for sale the farm known as the Will repair Farming Tools Baggies WaÂ¬ Christian To die is gain up by the geological survey has all along main Â¬ retiring The business will be settled gons c Make plows hoes c Stkfae Holderby place Wholesale and Retail G B- - Swaago aad the firm request all in tained that coal measure soils are the finest tion guaranteed in all eases MORGAN COUNTY The Herald learns that a son of Dr dehtea te them either by note or account for grass If our people would take a lesson Containing Acres Congleton of Campton came near losing pavment t call and make which arcat once Those from this and sow to grass more of their lying Maytowx July 3 miles below Hazel his life last week at that place It appears not settled by land and devote more of their attention to having accounts Green on the state road This farm has on that a party of the town boys visited the gal- Â¬ will find them in the stock this section of Kentucky would soon Corn crops never looked better in this lows cash or Bote at oace Marsha and Canarai Datoatlva HAZEL GBEEN KY it erected for the execution of Floyd hands ef aa oScer for collection stand head and front above any other in the neighborhood Williams and after making an examination MAYTOWN KY A Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling State We hope others of our farmers will Thomas M Cannoy has returned from of it aud giving their opinion as to how residence look out for large specimens of grain vege- Â¬ Spencer Station Will attend to ferreting eat erisiaak ia containing o rooms besides kitchen and din Â¬ Died On July 2nd at her Williams would act young Congleton to il- Â¬ PBOVISIONS OF ALL KINDS and bring ing room There is a good weU of fine wa- Â¬ any part of the country aaL guana tees sat How the Methodist Church does shine lustrate mounted the platform made a oa GraasvinMargan county of consumption tables and fruit attention them in that we Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup ter and fine springs which yield aa abun isfoctwa ia every case where employed of people seeking John S Jtra Luciada NickelL wife of services Nick may bring the their money to this country since it has received a coat of paint speech and knelt in praver Porter a son Canned were investment of Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils dance of pure stock water an orchard of Orders by afl promptly attended ts elL The funeral and burial The health of Mrs E B May who is of Dr Steele wishing to show how the sher- Â¬ Wooden- - and Tinware In fact 65 bearing apple trees of assorted winter bv Bevs H H little and J T While we are doing all we can the farmers now in Bath county is thought to be im- Â¬ iff would act in the case sprung the trap eeBacted and PieratL at the Gillispie school house at 4 p must help us TlrAPini infill cr rnnnir rnnnlntin proving i EVERY THING YOU NEED and summer fruit young aboutthrifty good 100 acres of barn and out buildings ia ea sae day Bev H H Little preaching E B May will leave in the morning the ground bruising him up considerably 1 Give that be ef ae I have for are thaaaeral sermon Mrs2ckell leaves a There lies buried in our cemetery aÂ¬ for Bath on a visit to his wife and little ones jiu3t iuu luucu use monkeying witn a buzz ou can buyus a call and fromconvinced Dol bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 Bees which sale several hives thrifty Italia more goods us to the acres of which is now in corn 60 acres of hearty aad heaty hashaadaad five children to mourn her loss young man who belongs to one of the promi- who are recuperating in the famous blue saw Clay thinks to be really funny Â¬ ar than at any other house in the moun- improved table land and the remaining 283 makers Perseaa wishiHg te hay caa eall nent families of Lexington Strange to say grass region We also desire to buy a number of acres timbered of which 163 acres is cover-Â¬ asd see tnes or order by mafl All erder tains David B James has been appointed the man one of our citizens who soothedÂ¬ Marshal W T Day has been going on Miss Maggie Amyxof this county will Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pay ed with very finest oak and poplar soil proaaptly attended to road from Hazel Green to him in his dying hours ana kindly furn- his cane for a few days on account of a hurt teach the public school at Sideview in Mont Â¬ the highest market price asrvevor f the M G DUNAWAY rich and productive aud underlain with Xfrmpel branch and we will now have a ished the burial outfit at an expenseef 34 he got the other day while at work in the gomery county this summer commencing Maytewa Ky Davy is a wheel horse in March 1S66 nearly twenty years ago has harvest field on Monday the 13th inst To the patrons of Fine lituminous Coal read a k a road Xaat March we wished to secure never been paid tfie expenses for burial Price 3500 14 cash and remainder in that school unacquainted with Miss Maggie aayhw J J Cannoy of Spencer called on us one and two years Possession given at jgaatrarisns of Clevelands inaugural and suit and coffin trimmings though under noÂ¬ this morning He was en route for Jackson we will say that they could not intrust the hu once on reasonable terms Persons desiring aeeared Daves services as special artisL He obligations other than the promptings of our where he hopes to be able to collect some education of their young to a more accom- Â¬ plished or more worthy or industrious lady wiii to purchase can call on H C Herndon or Mt the ulttKraaona ana we oeueve nentnAl manity which says A stranger within a filthy lucre MT STERLING KY Jt ftv W- - O Mize at Hazel Green or the under Â¬ It is not v teacher She has seventy nine scholars and UCHtl wuil nrk anr UWw gates needs a decent burial XJU niW lA Wholesale and Setail Â¬ W H Lawson was signed at Stanton Powell county Ky mvstery how many circumstances of such a ing looking as cheerful in town this morn will certainly earn her salary in teaching between here aaa Jiotnweii and bright as thirty that number but we doubt if any one could May 27 1SS5 nature were engendered by political animos Â¬ I W MA PEL Some men are will teach the Toms ity during the war when brother differed years ago at sixty Mr old at thirty oth be found who would more nearly succeed Job S Aaiyx ers young Lawson is of the than she on with brother and even Brasch chei xb Morgan commencingsome lies in an unkent crave now when a brother latter class SAVE YOUE MONEY AND BDX the more fortunate tfce 3tk iaeL We Ieara that he has To morrow is the glorious fourth SECONto take cotmizance of Henrys Wilson on Monday caught the Keep on hand BUCKBOABDS and ereaty aoholara John was highly compli ones at home refuse YOUR GOODS CHEAP How shall we celebrate it As usual we AKD DEALER IX facts and pay any respect to an BUGGIES and Bepair and jeeatea bv Prof Hays at the commencement discharge of such debts because honorable presume with the war whoop vollevs of finest string of bass that has been seen in D-HAND all kinds the dead of work mis section tnis season iney were caugnt Paint here and we expect he fkelBga school FS03 musketry and the thunder peals of the can- Â¬ about honestly the Confederate cause he don wiHhaveaaexceUent schooL Ifxounty t espoused this will meet the eyes of and caU non Could we not show our appreciation out of Bed Biver and one measured ten of fourteen inches in lencth He had it We hope r fcere be esi soheel ia Morgan Con- Â¬ in a more becoming way them As a fisherman Henry beats the whole LEXLNGTOiT XT msft be for the lack of enterprise or en the attention of the family of the dead wSl A majority in fact alL the people say piscatorial profession about here and we and all redress be made in justice MrT mm bfe part and we hone always to see federate to the parties whose names we refrain from vour sunDlement to The Hazel Gkeek doubt if he can be downed in the State as a Will receive Mr Shores special attention iH 3aah paid fer ceaairy is fee reports ef 3Lergans scnoous inc xvm J speaking at this time j Hkkau has the right ring If the govern- - hook and line artist DAYSBOROUGH KY kinds game butter eggs hiefceM 4e CONROY SHORE Give us a call OTE- - HERALD Tennal Paragraph Ployd Day is at Booseau Breathitt CORRESPONDENCE -- OSBORNE Reapers and Mowers aio Sins J liKkjirt Srt The Best Most Durable and Lightest Running Machine on the Market The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity IRON IS KING - t- - Every Machine Fully Warranted HANLY JUDY General Agents foy Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STEVENSON Hazel Green Ky raC0 a The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Hoots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng J T BREEN SON Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky NEWS WATCH FREE The Waterbury ADAM BAUM AID Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of - Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a calljand be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go GUI IE Wm byJTFDay TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS wool-pickin- Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and F McGUIRE do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling devote ness I will sell my A For Sale my Saw Mill Wishing to to my busitime DRY other Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No Circular Saw Edger c Everything is in First class Order and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property Cornwell Ky ALFRED COMBS FOR SALE House and Lot ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL LEXINGTON KY -- J F BUSH SON Proprietors R A CHILDERS Doors Sash Stairways Newels Blinds Balusters Brackets c Poplar White and Yellow Pine Flooring Pine and Poplar Shingles Laths J cc -- 1 BLACKSMITH E J ROGERS CASKEY PIERATT G -- ROGER S 423 Flour Bacon Lard Salt rt For Sale Italian Bees NEW BUGGY WORKS Y mt uiu E YOUNG Gonroy Shore GROCER Wines and Liquors SIGN PAINTING A M NICKELL i aamooi suaoisg uu preeef iJLSSifc- - iV wBaawwjiiafcjBa aaacsattefiv iz rrAi JZaXZiOlZaiSX VSie jf -T 3f fc pfe r3rSl-a- - c v 9 2S- -- - -i - r ffSS ry K I 4 in Whtfice Cf anas the Kaw Ulaterlsl Tor the money during the frwt year The American Girl Chewing Gum Peculiar nitrate of soda exported tft the United 9FBKCEX COOPER PubI er Phases of tJominerceJln South American States fromChli amounted to 840167 Ceaatrlefi while Great Britain figured for the HAZFirGREENKENTUCKY If anybody imagines that the Vassar enormous sum of 29393404 Of the girl is not a great factor jn the com large iodine export the United States GENERAL merce of this country he will be aston- Â¬ took448825 worth Every Tte lumlier cat in Maine the past ished to learn that during the year and it willcloud has a silver lining be refreshing to learn from was 135000000 feet or About 1884 tne republic of Mexico exported Consular Agent Neurer that the export 3W0QQ less than that of 1884 13453765 worth of chewing gum of accordions from Gera to the United 7 A Georgian claims to have per nearly all of which comes to Pittsburgh States has decreased from 82881 in fected a contrivance for running street The bulk of for manufacture and during the fourth 1883 to 43827 in 1884 curs by a jtrcksllTCr motor exportationfromGera to this country is j Scven tunnels have been success quarter of last year alone exports from in whiih riyrwa into the mountains in Los Mexico of this enchanting raw material however lastworsted goods ofworth we year gl0S4139 received in2ccsou8ty California and water amounted to 4123870 When the Vice Consul Tappan of Merlda says obtanei for rrlgatioa purposes public understands that the caoutchouc thore is a good field in Yucatan for A h is Mansfield 3 lass-- failed exports dnring the past year only Amercan cordage manufacturers and i an attempt to commit suicide The reached 20249609 and for the last consignment business of a general naixtJXl day he was accidentally killed by will begin to ture 4645916 faling nder the wheels of a railroad quarter onlythe exciting it There is a strong demand in Switzer Â¬ race between appreciate train the rubber goods and chewing gum land just now for turkey feathers Jn a bnrning cabin in Franklin furnished by the Aztec country Ac- - whch are extensively tised in the man Â¬ Count Ga two colored children cording to Minister Morgan our total ufacture of dusters Consul Gifford of perished and a dog which had been imports from Mexico for the last twelve Basle reports that in consequence of left with them refused to leave them months reached the enormous sum of ths demand the price of these feathers and was bwrsed to death by their sde 2182440055 exceeding by over 2 has more than quadrupled the supply Among the immigrants who passed 000000 the jmports from Mexico by remaining inadequate Para exported to the United States IhroHgh P ttsburgh recently were four any other nation Of this amount more children raagiag in age ffora four to than one half or 12S22240 was in last year 22577 worth of balsam co twelve yean who were bound for St precious metals the remainder being paba in add ton to 19000000 worth Ixms and had traveled bj themsel res distributed in fruits fine woods hides Ji of India rubber 134603 of Brazil nuts live animals coffee sugar and to- Â¬ 30614 of deer skins and 57260 of all tbewa from Germany Peruvian bark Washington Cor St The Boston Ideal Opera Company bacco The State of Colima is dwelt upon at Louis Globe Democrat wlrohshas been a favorite organization Mahlo wtk lovers of light opera all over the length by Consul country of Manzanillo ACUTE SYNOVITIS for American country gave a farewell performance as a magnificent coffee estates which are The Philosophy of This Uigtressiiiflr of Pinafore at the Globe Theater in investment in Disease Boston recently and was disbanded said to be wonderfully successful aud and Its Cur The Colima coffee has The Medical Journal states that a remunerative As the chest cavity is lined with a become an article of export to the Unit- Â¬ few iandfuls of common salt thrown membrane thatrsecretes a fluid to daily into closets and an occasional ed States where it realizes the highest the parts sot and moist and to keep pre Â¬ Mocha has an handful into wash oaslns goes far prices It resemblessells twenty to vent friction between the chest and the for to ward counteracting the noxious ef-Â¬ exquisite flavor and twenty five cents a pouad Col ma lungs so the jonts are lined with a fects of Uie omnipresent sewer gas ranks second as to quantity aud similar membrane for a s milar pur- Â¬ Mrs Fred Hes IMng near AlexÂ¬ first as to quality in the coffee andria Vk inis ed her little States of Mexico but pose This membrane is called aserous to findm In the well cling producng In addition tbwrestling membrane and itr lines all closed cavi- Â¬ iugwith feeii hands to crevice in the Colima now and then with yellow fever ties i e such as do not open directly waiL5ud crying lustily Mamma is on the ragged edge of a livingvol or indirectly upon the surface The come and take me The little fellow destroyed the cavities which do so open are lined was fished ovLtmibzrmeL Lousvillc cano inwhich almostkilled two thou- Â¬ with mucous membrane The mem- Â¬ 1818 and city CHrier JournSU sand people in 1806 Nevertheless brane which covers the cartilage of the Good Advice Journalist to hs Consul Mahlo says The wholesale jonts is specifically called the synovial wife I feel very had this morning I trade of Colima is chiefly m the membrane Synovitis is inflammation dont see that its worth while to go to hands of Germans who are do Â¬ of this membrane work for my head aches so pain Â¬ ing an immense business and many of It maybe due to ablow or to a strain fully that I can not think Wife them have been able to retire after a or some other direct inury or to long -Dont try to think any to day comparatively short residence here to standing or to some other disease as dear Stay at horns and work on your their native country as rich men- - It rheumatism for instance It is more hookJ Jrkanato Traveler may not be amiss to add that the pres- Â¬ common in the knee joint as this is AnnBense alligator was caugh ent Consul intimates that he will re- Â¬ more exposed In acute svnovitis the membrane is und kJBed on Bayou Bartholomew bj sign if his annual salary of 8350 m darkjgs recently The monster was fees is not increased and there mav thckencd the parts beneath swell and tweiitptwo feet long and was caught yet be a chance for some of the patrots the serous fluid is greatly increased in by acrauging a log chain in the shape to catch on Consul General SutÂ¬ quantity causing a bulging around the of with a dog This ton of Matamoras calls attention to knee There isal o a severe sharp pan pup but it was taken the immense profit in establishing which is increased by the least movewasogamthe from Pise Blaf The people ought to ranches on a large scale in Tamauli ment and more or less fever If the vote ihelarkies their hearty thanks pas and raising cattle and horses for inflammation is very intense the fluid Fine JthufArkJ Commcrcin1 export to the United States and Cuba becomes purulent and forms an ulcer AnjeJTort ha Tecently ten made A curious feature of the annual re- Â¬ and the fever is much severer A stiff to measure the dimensions and speed port of Consul Frisbie is that of the joint may result or even amputation 278826662 worth of sparkling cham- Â¬ become necessary to save the life of deep sea waves with marked suc- Â¬ Within a few years Dr Martin of cess The longest wave recorded pagnes imported by the United States Chicago introduced the method of measured a half mile from crest to from Rheims during the past year crest- with a period of twenty three St Joseph Mo received 30 cases treating synovitis of the knee joint by Waves having a length of direct while jSt Louis only imported bandaging it with pure rubber wind Â¬ seconds 500 to 600 feet And periods of ten to 10 cases This is almost unaccountable ing the bandage as tghtly as could bo twelve seconds are the ordinary storm when New York imported 178255 borne with comfort from the foot to cases Chicago 1292 cases Cincinnati above the knee To prevent chafing waves of the lorth Atlant c Ocean when A resident of Bangor Me re Â¬ 174 cases and Louisville 30 cases un- Â¬ inches walking the joint for three above and below the patella is cently noticed a large and small spider less it be that St Louis buys all lier strapped with non irritating rubber The small one imported champagnes in Hew York at plaster in pursuit of a fly bandage is to be worn the fly and was carrying him second hand But it looks like a bad from four Thesix caught to weeks day and night showing In Rheims at the present off when the large one attacked hm time there are 16000 mechan cs and Comfort and support are at once ex Â¬ took possession of the fly and marched and The little one crept up behind other laboring people out of employ- Â¬ perienced and soon the effused fluid is awa3- the limb restored to ment but the city authorities did an absorbed the large one bit him on the leg and original thing by furnishing employ- Â¬ strength anil urn In case the amount Tan away for dear life Instantly the is large this large spicier commenced swelling and ment to married men only on public of fluidoff by aspiration should first bo t rawn in live minutes was dead Boston Post improvements at 35 cents a day Dr Martin before his sudden death Consul Irish of Cognac reports The other daj a truck driver tied treateu over four hundred cases in this 113569622 worth of brandy exported way His son his horse and wagon to the rear of a who was associated of empty oil cars on the West to the United States last year besides with him train In the sajs Shore track in Weehawken X-- J Dur-Â¬ 534693 in porcelain and 13190 in pa- Â¬ years over two hundrc caseslast twelve ing his temporary absence a locomot ve per for which we exchanged wood for treated by ap rat on wth have been a single sras hooked on to the train It started construction wheat and a small con- Â¬ strapping of the joint and sube juent signment of manufactured tobacco use at a Tather 1 vely pace dragging the A peculiar of the bandage In all these cases item in this report is horse and wagon jvith it The animal excepting a very few in the early stages kept up for about a mile but the pace 17873 worth of show cards aud cir- Â¬ of treatment the pat ent was not only proved too much for him and he fell culars exported to this country Con- Â¬ permitted but obliged to take a da ly Great fortunes down exhausted When Yon Hagen sul Irish remarks await the successful efforts of ingen- Â¬ and considerable amount of walking returned it took him three hours to find In not a single instance has exercise the animal which was badly injured ious Americans who shall introduce there been a failure of absolute and Â¬ The wagon was scattered along the and develop trade that shall revolu- ent re cure requiring in one case sev Â¬ tionize the present order of things track N Y Sun The people are wealthy fond of the r enteen weeks but in no other more The most elegant way to eat an than eleven weeks1 Youths Comorange says a lady from Phladelphia own country and rarely emigrate panion Consul Charlesworth shows tuat the is nolongcr to extract the juico by a wine trade of Madeira ha steadily de- Â¬ MUKUtJirSl spoon but to put a fork in the orange the United at the part precise v opposite to the creased in exports to to 17216 inStates The Custodian of Goulds Sccrct j s Irao 1884 stem With a steel knife that has been trom 5U303 in 1830 Ileal Joker Last seasons grapes were finely masharpened for the occasion pare down tured wine said to be Guseppe P Morosni the custodian the peel in thick slices until 3ou have quality and thefor years past of better than It may of Jay Goulds seciets and the guar all the white inner skin cut awav Then w thoat removing the fork hold shock tender stomachs to learn that the dian of the latters private papers is a ancient of treading out it up to the mouth sideways and eat it verywine with practice is still iu vogue great practical joker If he ever stuck the the feet as you would corn from the ear This Consul Charlesworth says the grapes a pm in Mr Goulds chair Gould did gives you the pulp only are placed in a or stone not let on but Morosini is no respecter Cvil service examining rooms vat m which the large wooden legs bare of personsin his fun Once when there peasants with Examiner looking over John Smiths to the knees travel in a circle to the was a Union Pacific meet ngat Goulds Eapers This man has made a bad cadence of an extemporized song the old office at No 80 Broad wa v Moro Â¬ of this mathematical question sentiment of which is su ted to the oc- Â¬ Principal Examiner What is the ques-Â¬ casion until the grapes are reduced to sini found time hanging heav lv on his tion Examiner reading If I owe a pulp This i placed in a primitive hands At last a happy thought came WflTam Jones 65 and promise to pay press with a long sweep and wooden to him He cut a pile of newspapers him 5 a month how much will I owe screw If not too far from shore the in strips and stuffed tlie bands of the astute directors hatsw th them When him at the end of a year Prin Ex must as it is now called is put in Sidney Dillon T L Anies and the Wellwhat did he answer Ex He casks and to hasit fSS Prin E That man is a merchant inconve3ed by boats to the other gentlemen came too put on their Funchal in whose hands small Each born government clerk already it undergoes the various operations of hats they found them natural man tr ed on every hat in the lot and has ther traits Mark him 100 racking and fermentation It taen confusion and wonderment prevaled Washington EatcticL receives the necessary amount of spirt until Morosini s little pleasantry was A writer in the Medical World says and either undergoes the artificial heat- Â¬ discovered When Morosini was that as opium is an antidote for pain ing process or is stored in warehouses Treasurer of the Xew Jersey Southern so conversely the real antidote for an until it has acquired the proper age Railroad he had money to handle overdose of opium is to cause persist- Â¬ for use The Consul adds by way of for the reason no tuat the company ent pain With this idea he has often solace perhaps that all the wine firms great raanv placed a hand vise on the thumbs and have steadily refused to handle any had no funds due A the bills were 1st of snap clothes pins on the fingers to neu- Â¬ adulterations and their brands may one cold winter month anJ Morosni tralize the effects of the drug1 The always be relied upon prepared for the event When the day methoappears to have been success- Â¬ Consul General Heap writes from came it brought wth it a great crowd ful thHh the patients did not feel Salonica that this is a most favorable of persons who had bills to present pain unt 1 a considerable time after the time to introduce agricultural imple- Â¬ Morosini had seen to it that no liie was application As the pain increased in ments into Macedonia built and t iat the windows wen opened seven tv the pins were removed one by This country has lost caste in Cara- Â¬ and nailed so that thejr t ould not be one and the patient revived cas Oleomargarine has done the job closed He went out see if he could A curious project has been started for us and many American roods are raise some money andto left the ciowd m ran association of journal 4 now looked upon there with suspicion xo be frozen out The experiment was sts namely to Hold an exhibition of Nevertheless Consular Agent Rohl says a success pictures rejected at the Salon rejected the United States exports to Caracas col- Â¬ Morosini has a hobby It is not this year or last year but any time enormous amounts of Hour lard canned lection of antiques of all kinds the es Â¬ and since juries were first devised Such oysters canned hams deviled entre pecially old arms He has the finest n Exposition des Refuses would be al Â¬ ments gum drops condensed milk and most complete collect on of ancient most a rival to the Luxembourg It beer paints sulphate of quinine phar-Â¬ arras of anybody in the country He old include some of the most charÂ¬ maceutical sundries ropes gray drills likewise has a large collection of old acteristic works of some of the Great-Â¬ and domestics prints clocks cheap miniatures panted on ivory Kings est French painters Gcricault Dela jewelry electroplate pianos carriages queens and the nobility generally used croixMiliet Datibigny Troyon Rous- Â¬ harness wheelbarrows trunks hunting-- to have their pictures pa nted in this seau would hang side by side with knives axes and hatchets motve and Moros nis collect on Courbet Manet and Degas and the steam engines and steam pumps The mannermany royal spec mens Moros in eluded ni listiaght be almost indefinitely ex- agent reiterates the complaint made is a man of fine bearing aw when he tendedthroughout the world that the moment stands in the bow w ndow of Goulds A terrible storv comes from Tial- - American exporters get a trade on a otlice at Broalway and Rector street tn Lex Two years ago two men certain article they commence sending as he doe very often the la r sex see asreed to exchange wives The swap out inferior goods under superor something to admrc amid the bustle was favorably received by one of the brands England and Germany are of the grciit financial mart financial women but the other resisted the vie never guilty of this trick Chronicle In the matter of immigration Chili contract with all her power She The Postmaster of Sandv Hill N threatened to expose the two wretches would make a mossback fainy howl they to punish and at the same with rage That Government actually Y- - has been cured of rheumatism in a hires go there and then pays He has been a took her Ke sileBoe berfrom town to a lonely them people to It gives the immigrant wonderful manner the disease and to stay great sufferer from place t and there hr5ed ter alive The act would third class passage for bmself and some one told him if he would carrv averiiave conie to light had not family to be repaid bysmal install-Â¬ sound raw potatoes in his pocket ho wne of the wretches tried to commit ments deeds him seventy five acres- of would be cured He selected two be saisa act oa a young girl whom ground with thirty seven acres addi- Â¬ Hebron neaut es put one in each e ikd laiied x rninand who man- - tional for every nnmarried sou between j pantaloon pocket and aited the cure gJi t escape brought the whole af-- the ages of fourteen and twenty five His pains have departca and he sums and gives hfm fifty years to Hi One tiling is sure I car Â¬ it it up thus knowledge of the author The coioaist is also provided with ried the potatoes and therhcumatisne te Ckkus Herald voke of xn a milch cow on lhas disappeared Troy Times TIEMfL GRIMSRAI1 QUEER THINGS IN TRADE worths hundred boards flttfds nnd ill 5 a month a keg of nails 5 HOME AND FARM cm Â¬ -- Â¬ -- ild i - as0selated Â¬ - -- 1 -- Old tress should be ctitivated more v than they ate They are usually neg ledfced for the young trees BIST N Y In THE dependent Sulphur matches placed in flowei vBb F ssV A pots the sulphur Gilds down have been s round to destrov w worms which are O so fatal to house plants -1 Toledo Blade a To make rico griddle cakes take one JK I pint of Hour one cup of cold boled O rice ono teaspoon ot salt two well beaten milk to make a tolerably 3 ceYitaKTD thick batter beat altogetherwell Bako o ing jobbing houses in Chicago would f Tex boy who hit the nail on the head on griddles Exchange 2 To make cologne water try this not average more than two hundred or v epb bo una mac it was in muxuu uu 2 X rule To one quart of alcohol allow two hundred and fifty pieces each Coagh X -- I c three drachms of oil of lavender one Now they carry from five hundred to and raised Had a Dreadful amount of blood considerable drachm of oil of rosemary three drachms seven hundred pieces each Of body and mattera besides I was very thin and u each of oil of bergamot and essences of Brussels and the higher grades The Id weafc1 could scarcely go about the lemon and three drops of cinnamon lreaviest trade is in extra super ingrain house This1 was the case of a roan with x consumption arising from liver complainti Detroit 1ost and tapestry Brussels comes next Are He recovered his health completely by the V Well I Use White Muffins One quart of flour the finer grades imported of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis Â¬ Â¬ one pint of sweet milk two eggs well should say not We make better car- covery Thousands of others bear simi- Â¬ beaten two teaspoons baking powder pets in America than are made any-Â¬ lar testimony large tablespoon of butter to be melted where else in the world and the same m yrmaHHBj A and put in the milk a little salt add may be said of rugs Of course yon ThA GdOD big inning is half of the game Judge the milk and melted butter to well can not include among the latter the SATISFACTION GUARArfTEED CO JteAtiteii beaten eggs lastly add the flour bake rare India and Persian imported rugs Deserving or Coxfidesce Thore Is no IHH WB35E j I have seen in a well known house in article which so richly deserves the tonfl in muffin tins The Household FOR Henry Ives thinks the farmer ougM JSew York small rugs six by two feet detsce of the public as Browns Broxchxai Those suffering from Asthmatic Troches to know which way the wind blows in size worth fifty and sixty dollars and Bronchial Diseases Coughs and Colds All Gone while larger India rugs fifty and one should try them Sold only in boxes every morning so that he can more in- Â¬ A telligently lay out the work for the day hundred Tars old on which whole families have worked for a year or two overcoat last is t A good weather vane therefore on H H WARMER Recltstsf MY G0 The way to make an and which look like the rare old make the undercoat first Lynn Union the peak of his barn has more than a PHUXIP VAX TASEL XewarfcTT vears irom avsDeosia aaa sis merely ornamental value Cleveland drapery taken from some picture are PiKEsTooxnAcnEDROrs curelnlminuteSc mjnr ani nrfthathirfrfTHijrealer11worth fifteen to eighteen hundred dol- Â¬ Glenns Sulphur Soapheals and beautifies 23c fvr Leader Warners TtprxcJUfOE TheBest tbanfron medrr triA hi ever ned His danchter a30cs0 Pneumonia is noticed this spring lars There is not much competition German Corn Remover kills Corns Bunions success when every other knora remedy all- leading industries in this in connecton with biliousness b lous in rugs The A dentist is no chicken He is always AS A country are confined to the manufac- Â¬ pull it pneumon a1 being a common form of body Brus- Â¬ the disease Simple living and a lemon ture of tapestry Brussels before breakfast will make one less sels and Smyrna rugs while there is a WILHOFrS FEVER AXQ AGUE 7QHSQ IT HAS NO EQUAL liable to an attack of biliousness and large manufacture and importation of A vrorrantedcure ior all disease caused by malarial poisoning of strengthen the system to resist pneu- velvets moquettes Sand punjaubs A RacJwster M Y CO are the largest firm in Halifax K the blood such as CUllla and Fever H H WARNER monia Chicago Times FCTcr and Ague Sun Pains Dumb world TV K SAGE of St Johns MIc iras coBSfletely Wheat now the most important manufacturers in the Smyrna of velvets Chills Intermittent Remittent prostrated by the bardsalenisreddariaftkelt and mo and Brussels The Bilious and all other FcTers caused war lie returned home a wrrecK boUriamuKl m cereal crop cultivated in all parts of quette rugs are the most costly The by malaria It Is also tfce safest body For twenty years be simply existed kalftls the world and one of the principal ar- Â¬ waa restore t Smyrnas are alike on both sides and and best curator enlarged Spleen time more dead than alive nntllhe BestHe a health by Warners TrppxcofOKThe ticles of human food was derived from Cake General Debility all old cti to try It WritetohlniacStOBMSMIce Ferer the a wild form of grass and can only be run to high colors while most of ani- Â¬ xd Periodic Neuralgia fyFor Sale by all Druggists others are in patterns of flowers improved and maintained by careful CHAS F KELERroDi Chlcaso HI R U AWARE Â¬ culture Although widely disseminated mals and an infinite variety of deTHAT x signs it is nowhere found growing- wild Loriiiards Gvxz Plug Some time ago the favorite design Tl end czpU2rspaiU any actrre penun to U m Heavy soils are always benefitted i bearing a red tin tag that Lwfllarda socxis No capital required Salary pi id rugs was 3V m monthly Expenses in advance Full pr by an addfion of sand Leaf mould in Brussels and velvet the figures the tlcuunFaKE tM0 0r rfHf fine cud tfctlia11ard of pattern while Jumbo Silver and well decomposed stable manure horses dogs and stags were placed in Ware Co Weraeannhatweny Standard Mass Navy ClippioKSandtJwyrillard- SKHJar quality consldcrea t Washlnjrton St Boston the best and cheapest are excellent for any so 1 heavy or many The Smvrna rug is the most light Fresh coarse manure should be difficult to makeaxnd the costliest the avoided in flowerbeds and if no other body Brussels comes next while the is obtainable it should be broken up tapestry Brussels is much cheaper Says that when a customer well and composted with soil Chicago The process of manufacture is difficult asks for THE BEST Spring Times to explain it would require a trip Medicine lie confidently recom Â¬ Sponge Drops Heat to a froth through the manufactories to become mends three eggs and a cup of sugar St r acquainted with the details The tapes- Â¬ into this one heaping cup of sifted try Brussels is printed first and then t M 3r J Frts mWo flour in which one teaspoonful of woven into mats and rugs The body Sarsaparilla cream of tartar has been mxed Dis- Â¬ Brussels patterns are formed on Jac solve half a teaspoonful of soda in a leaves From E S Russell Druggist 2icuhva X IT very little hot waer add last after quard looms and cards The by maand flowers are formed and cut I have been in the drag and prescript beating well Flavor with lemou chinery on the cards by the same protion business in JTushua over forty years nutmeg or vanilla Butter tin sheets cess employed in making carpets and am the oldest druggist here I waa with washed butter free from salt and Velvets moquettes and punjaubs are the first to introduce your valuable medi Â¬ drop the mixture in teaspoonfuls upon made on power looms the same as velcines in this city I believe in thea them about three inches apart Bake vet carpets They are woven out of Ayers Sarsaparilla I tae pleasure la in a quick oven Serve with ice worsted and the pile is cut or sheared recommending to my customers well cream Boston Budget In ail knowing it to give satisfaction of down In Smyrna and imitations A nice tart may be made of one imported rugs the material is woven in my experience as a druggist I have yet pint of molasses boiled five minutes colors and then cut into strips and to hear the first complaint against it then add a piece of butter the size of a woven in stripes or broad ground-figure- s From F t-- F Bailey Co Lcncelt Jfcss walnut a squeeze of lemon and a grate on hand looms They are entirely Having sold Ayers Sarsaparilla since it of nutmeg Beat two eggs very light alike on both sides and are an exwas first placed upon the market we caa and stir slowly into the boiling mo- Â¬ tremely favorite rug They vary in say after an experience covering a quarter lasses If eggs are scarce or you do size from one foot square to twelve or of a century that we have vet to learn of uot choose to use them you can take fifteen feet with borders Some of the a case where it has failed to give satisfac- Â¬ two spoonfuls of flour and st rring it looms in which these rugs are woven tion Its merits are fully established np free from lump in a 1 ttle water put are eighteen feet ide There are sev-Â¬ it in the molasses and let boil two or eral varieties of cheap and inferior From C TTayd Co Portland 2fe three minutes Bake in an undercrust rugs made by individuals but they do We have used Aycr3 Sarsaparilla xor only and put twisted strips of tha not come into contact or competition years and our customers are much pleased paste over the top Boston Transcript with its effects We believe it ta be oal with the regular trade They are made Copyrighted 8ti of the best medicines in the market Many a man has broken his back on much the same plan as the old aud lost his heart on a poor farm fashioned rag carpet It requires eswhich he has suffered to run down by pecial talent and skill to manufacture bad management He has spread his the different varieties of rugs For inPrepared by Dr J C Aycr Co Lowell Maaa Sold by Druggists Price 1 six bottles 5 labor and capital over one hundred stance the bodv Brussels and ingrain acres when by confining himself to carpets are very nearly alike in process twentv five or th5ty he nrght have be- Â¬ of manufacture but the maker of these come happy and rich The way to re Â¬ is not capable of making tapestries in pair such an error is to begin with one which the pattern is stamped first field and get that into good condition and let the rest lie and so goJpn through th farm One rich field u 11 Positively euro SICK HEADACH2 Biliousness and aU UVEH and BOVT2Ii Cosrplaiirts TlffATiATjtTf Sisters of Notre Dame Govanstown BLOOD POISON a d Skin Diseases ONE PIXiXt A DOSE then make it easj to enrch another or Aid female Complaints the fills find theia Dr have no equal I use no a valuable Cathartie and Ziver Pill Jor T M Palmer JC ontioeue a- say Red Star Cough Cure is beneficial two and whle the b g nuing is slow other J Denniaon TTT jjevviti iowj In mv Tiractlce 1 soiu CO BOSTCUr Srii Bail for 25 ota in stomps Valuable information SUISE I 8 wOE2S02f it is downhill work aud as the end is humorThat was very nearly reached progress is fast and ist who broke a off anconscientious becauseÂ¬ HAY FEVER engagement easv N Y Times his girl had chestnut hair The UatcheU My Drother Myron and s 1 es Ths Chlnsse language has several twi and lottorsj bat T is the one moat aaed Fine Grades of Jiach Which Are Itfanuftict For tlte adie ured in America LflURhtetia the psor mans plaster Mcaing every purden light An increased demand for the luxu- Â¬ Turning sadness into gladness ries of life indicates the advancement Darkest hour to May dawn bright TJs tho deepest and the cheapest of a community in art taste and xe Curo for ills of this description But for those thatvromans neirto finement1 said an experienced sales- Â¬ Prescription Pierces man in the carpet and rug department CuresUse DrTrcaknessesFavoriteirregularities all and internal of a great wholesale house to a re- Â¬ bearing dovrdl Sensations fever bloating displacexaehts inflamma Â¬ Take porter for the Daily Xeics tion morning sickness and terideney to carpets and rugs alone for instance cancerous disease Price reduced to ono Ten years ago the stocks of the lead- Â¬ dollar By druggists CARPETS AND RUGS TIPPECANO sV WARMERS f jS3Bsy TONIC 111 i I -c - I 2100 Sensaint -- -J -- BOTT3JS Constitutional Tonic Â¬ - AfgA tt MONTH iro OUR DRUQGIST Iyers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparilla- Â¬ 1crfSiJi -- Â¬ OATS Tho Value of Oats as a Fodder Crop How I Thy Should Ho Jroivn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- ad ix - The most successful farmers feed their stock on a variety of food Experience has proved that a herd of cat- Â¬ tle fed on but one k nd of fodder though it may be the best that grows will not keep as healthy or do as well as if fed on several kinds While the principal food may be composed of that fodder which can be grown on the farm to the best advantage a change to some other fodder not as easily grown is often very desirable Among the fodder crops that can be easily grown on most farms may be named oats While ths fodder may not bo quite as good for m Ich cows as barley fodder it makes a change that is agreeable as well as beneficial to the cows providing the crop is properly grown and cured The great m stake that many make in raising oat fodder is in not sowing seed enough four bushels to the acre is not too much The straw is then iipe and can be easily cured so that tho hay will be perfectly sweet and will be eagerly soughi for by both horses and cattle but if miv two bushels be sown to the acre the straw will be so coarse that it is lifli cult if not impossible to properh dry it so it will not be smoky when fed out when in this condition it is not a dur Â¬ able food for any anmal Farmers who have tried to grow oat fodder in this wa have become dis couraged and abandoned t as a fodder crop but those farmers who have sown seed enough to make the straw fine cut it at the proper time and cured it well have found it a valuable On Ood land a very fodder crop large crop can be grown much more than barley or rye and quite as much as of Hungarian The only drawback to the oat crop is its liability to rust occasionally we have a season like last year when the rust will strike it be fore it is fully grown but it is not much more liable to rust than tmothy grass unless it is permitted to stand until the grain is fully matured When it is found that it is beginning to rust it is best to cut it although it is but just commencing to blossom but when there is no appearance of rust it should be permitted to stand unttl the kernel is nearly grown To those who understand just how to grow it and how to cure it the oat crop is one that will give as good re- Â¬ turns as almost any crop grown qei the farm but it is notbest for the fanner to depend wholly on this for a fodder crop but to let it come in to make up a variety Corn rye barley and Hun garian are all good and should be con- Â¬ sidered MassacJiuselts Ploughman -- Variety the Splco of Life There is variety in the letters received by Mrs Lydia E Pinkham testifying to the cures effected by her Vegetable Compound and the great relief afforded to thousands of of women in all sections Mrs C Toronto says I have taken three bot- Â¬ Mrs tles with very gratifying results Stephen B of Sheffington Quebec says I am now using the fourth bottle and have derived great benefit already Sarah C of Eugene City Oregon says It is tho best medicine for the fe Â¬ Mrs C male sex T have ever jfound of Santa Fe says y Your Compound has done me a great deal of good Mrs H S D of Portland Me says It has done for me all it claimed to and I cheer- Â¬ fully recommend it1 to all suffering as I of Lex Â¬ Mrs D H E have dono ington Va says I have taken one bot- Â¬ tle and I assuro you 1 feel a great deal bet- Â¬ ter I feel strong as ever and Ive never felt a pain in my back since the second dose myself were hoth enred to all appearance of Catarrh and Hay Fever last J y and August 0p to this date Dec 23 neither hare had any return of these trouhlcs Elys Cream Balm tvai the medicine used Gabriel Frann Spencer Tioga Co 2 Y fee y m CREAM BALM -- ttvi has pained an enviable rep utation wherever known nlleil Into each nostril no pain irlce 50c by mall or at dnipclsts ffH AT -- rbYfctf asrrceablc to us Send for circular Y B ELYBnOTHnSIrussistsOwego2- TO HAVE HEALTH THE LIVER MUST BE IN ORDER Statna of Liberty EaligbtSEiag the W1L The Committee tn charge of the eocstractloa of tha base and pedestal for the reception of this grea woriv In order to x alte faads for Its campletlaav have prepared a miniature Statue stz inches in stght the Statue Bronied Pedestal SIcJcel silTered which they are now delivering to subscribers through out the United States at Oae SeUar Xadu This attractive souvenir and Mantel orDesteoraa mentls perfect factmiU of the model fuxnskedy the artist The Statuette Iu same metal twelve indies Ugh at Five Doitar JEach delivered The designs of Statue and Pedestal are protected by U S Patents and the models can only be f urci3d by Ws Commltue Address vita remittance What is a great deal worse than rain Â¬ ing cats and dogs Hailing a staged Delicate diseases affecting male or female however induced speedily and permanently cured Illustrated book Consultation free three letter stamps Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Buffalo NY Yon did wrong to shoot that mans dog You might have pushed him off with tho butt of your gun said tho Judge to a man who was charged with shooting a neigh Â¬ 1 would have done that re Â¬ bors dog plied the prisoner if tho dog had come a me tail first hut he came at me with his Philadelphia Times biting end - Is a Reliable Remedy for Liver Complaints and ills caused by aderanred or torpid condition of ths Liver as Dys Â¬ pepsia Constipation Biliousness Jaundice Headache ilalsna Rheumatism eti It regulates the bowels panÂ¬ dfsestioc nes the blood strensthenv thesrjtem QWMmTOE AK nrVALXrABIE FATtmY testimonials prove its merit Thousands of WILL TELL TOU ITS EEFCTATIOK AXY DKUOQIST aits MEDICINE BlClTgl American Committee of the Statue of Liberty BUTIJEK SecretarTr Xev- 33 Mercer Street York MJMMBJJU MMM WITHOUT MONEY ATVm Â¬ N Y Herald No soldier was ever battery a microscope SosiETHiXG Boaro of Health the washboard sued for assaultin WITHOUT PRICE TVe haye Just Issued a most wonderful and Taluabts new booic which treats of diseases pecuiar to th that will bear looking into Oil City m Derrick Holler IlinK Biff crowd Dizzy Dude Very loud Natural Conseqtences Starts again On No fenr Stands gracefully Puts on rollers Sinkeuing- thud No bone Drokc -- Takes stroke ACLOSKcall clo - Somerville Journal m -- Undertaker Any old Any old clo - ear Makes for seat Sky scraper Last act jt special feature of Ridges Food In contradisÂ¬ tinction to others Is Its neutral action upon the bowels For this reason It Is specially adapted- to those seasons when bowel troubles are so frequent Remember Ridges Food Is an old and tried prepara Â¬ tion having been In use for thirty years la England and America It Is a perfectly Bafe aud nourishing diet for all conditions - female sex and have spared neitherpahis nor mosey to make It worthy the perusal and confidence of the wolnaiovirorJIld Every mother wife trrea and daughter is deeply ettory interested Is this atecer work and should send for it without deiar It vil b senttoanraddressln the vortd free r It carefully study is well and yoa will glean teforSE tlon that may Prove mere valuable than aa the weal of the Rothschilds more precious that all tavezeas of Europes royalty Umaysatevovrufet Bbadjttld Bsgclatos Co- - Box 3 AOaats G- -- I hard to beat tx the matter of a diet a boiled egg Merchant Traveler i3 Boston 0 heave and the ship heave to Courier eaXenaioBandlncrease experience success or no fee TV rite for circulars and laws A W MoCORMICK SOS Cincinnati Ohio Most of Persia is very rugged hence the Persian rug PUtsburgK Chronicle TELL THE TRUTH BSM and Bible by Uncle Tim The most spier boot of the They are now making wool out of wood times Price 25 ctst for SI BlIXTOX fe but this will not make it sheep ICJLVXEUSXAT10EiiS CO ScXouisMo One sees singular sights at sea said a person who had just crossed the Atlantic I saw tho ocean heave a passenger When I say cure 1 do not mess merely to atop tnera lor a time and thenhave them re tnra sjrln I mean a radical I naTB mada tha disease of FITS EPILEPSY rr FALLING EICKNSS3 a llfimlong study I warrant mrremedy toenra the worst cues Because others bare failed Is no reason fe not now reeelrla jf a cure 6nd at osea for a treatise and free Bottle of my infallible remedy Glre Express and Post OSce It costs ron nothlnjjfor a trial and I wilt euro too Address Dr XC 6 BOOT 1M Pearl SL New York CURE FITS 11 an 3- JL UUFmit rncno gig YfOOp CLMC tCHINA PA5Slir aiuiorvrrA JJtedbyMuoa Palac Car Co - LIQUID GLUE - N 9UE V HA2 fc aB S RSEBQSEWLArTSOSeerspayfrcia aaIlWcommissonseaertermrellei 19 years TEiSlTcILtSIE i - l CTliV BT ZU iTFiaao OsuFsaftawaf ir IVWtMKK the EVERETT pun IN TONE TB c SSte IN TOUCHcas81ro- Â¬ A polished delivery cuffs and collars from the laundry Burlington Free Press krt paj-f6r- - In this country any man who plays a fiddle trains dogs or teaches skat r U Picay ing is a professor Â¬ Â¬ j t une HflaM 23ft2l EieehtBrfabaifel s advertisement for a young firTirt man of good address remarked one of the aDDlicants for a vacant position and 1 thought f would call in and reply My auuress is liosiou u iss aim u cnac isnt as good as the beat I should like to kn nv fli tffTT5 Treated and cured without the kalfe iiSiifitrfi Book on treatment sentfree Adoxess iV u here you wili uud ji better one UfllilUmi I saw your FUN Bro Jonathans Mes SO pages I PostpaidforTwelreCenti Hlustra ted Sent IN R1IMISU C03b49 I PittfAil saaMK eW oro aciv 33Oeaeral Factor OAdnjjbccxrfcc Vrltt a aaw ClneleaatU kz co - ni JSr Jy mT j- - Lfl -- or mora fistlr piimKj tw n i i siveterri orv given- - Article waste --s- iVf-s rc0iAvr r cs t iwj irw vuujtiaiJalaV nk-e -- rYHE-C FLPOltAisWrtKMCia ft V ja Mlr T Sjj aay WKVTIXG V X033 tav J